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Man convicted in slaying seeks to have sentence reduced

(AP) A man who says he’s serving an unfairly long prison sentence because his jury thought he would be eligible for parole is asking Gov. Terry McAuliffe for relief. Jerome D. Cooper received a 70-year prison sentence in 1999 after ...

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Richmond Fed head resigns, admits improper disclosure

WASHINGTON (AP) Jeffrey Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, has resigned after acknowledging improper discussions with a financial analyst. In a statement Tuesday, Lacker said that in October 2012 he spoke to an analyst at Medley Global ...

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Woman indicted after fetal remains discovered

CHESTERFIELD (AP) A woman has been indicted on a felony charge after police found fetal remains buried in a backyard last year. Police obtained a search warrant for 43-year-old Michelle F. Roberts’ Richmond-area residence in February 2016 after receiving a ...

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Attorneys general from 8 states, DC to meet in Virginia

CHARLOTTESVILLE (AP) Attorneys general from eight states and the District of Columbia are planning to meet in Virginia to discuss technology and emerging threats. Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring is hosting the top attorneys for a conference Tuesday and Wednesday ...

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Soering loses parole bid

(AP) State officials have rejected a parole request from a German diplomat’s son serving life in prison for the 1985 killings of his ex-girlfriend’s parents in Bedford County. Jens Soering told The Washington Post that he was disappointed and surprised after receiving ...

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Judge upholds 11 Assembly districts

(AP) A judge has upheld 11 Virginia House and Senate districts that challengers argued violated the state’s constitution. Richmond Circuit Court Judge W. Reilly Marchant ruled against redistricting advocacy ground OneVirginia2021 on Friday. The group had argued that lawmakers during ...

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4th Circuit administrator to retire after 45 years

(AP) An administrator for the Richmond-based 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is stepping down after more than four decades on the job. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports that Samuel W. Phillips plans to retire on May 31 after more than ...

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Lawyer who ignored State Bar is revoked

A Virginia lawyer who dragged his feet on closing his practice after being suspended for ignoring a bar subpoena has had his law license revoked. The Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board on March 24 disbarred A. Pierre Jackson of Hampden-Sydney ...

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Program to dispense overdose reversal drug

STAUNTON (AP) A Shenandoah Valley health department district is starting a pilot program to distribute naloxone, an opioid overdose-reversal drug. Health officials said in a news release recently that the Central Shenandoah Health District will join three community services boards ...

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13 states urge 4th Circuit to OK Trump travel ban

(AP) A group of 12 state attorneys general and one governor is backing President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban targeting six predominantly Muslim countries, telling a federal appeals court Monday that the Republican acted lawfully in the interest of national ...

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