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Trucker Hits Bicyclist, Changes Critical Fact at Trial (access required)

In this case of involuntary manslaughter resulting from a truck driving over a bicyclist at 10:56 p.m. on a four-lane-highway, the defendant truck driver’s testimony changed over the course of events. The Court of Appeals affirmed appellant’s conviction for involuntary ...

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Witness Never Identified Defendant (access required)

A three-judge panel of the Court of Appeals, granted a petition for appeal for a defendant charged with robbery, attempted carjacking, and conspiracy to commit carjacking, it found that the trial court erred in denying defendant’s motion to strike all ...

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Landlord Proves Fraudulent Conveyance Against Lawyers and Defunct Law Firm (access required)

A partnership that owned the site of a defunct Fairfax County law practice is entitled to judgment against the former principals, including a former congressman, and other entities for $380,864.91 for both fraudulent conveyance and voluntary conveyance. The partnership also ...

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ADR symposium is Sept. 25

The Virginia State Bar/Virginia Bar Association Joint ADR Committee will be hosting “A Place at the Table: a Symposium on Attracting 21st Century Clients and Efficiently Solving their Problems” in Richmond on Monday. The symposium agenda will explore how ADR fits in ...

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Cheeseburger NOT in Paradise (access required)

An alleged burglar got busted in York County, South Carolina, because of his cheesy nickname. Markey Shannon, a/k/a “Cheeseburg­er,” was arrested Sept. 11 and charged with first-degree burglary, malicious in­jury to personal property, assault and battery and failure to appear, ...

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