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William J. Cox (access required)

Retired Fredericksburg Juvenile & Domestic Relations Judge William Jerome Cox died Nov. 2. He was 81. Known as “Jerry,” Judge Cox attended Randolph-Macon College for a year and a half and then he was drafted into the Army. After discharge, ...

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Roy D. Turner (access required)

Bridgewater lawyer Roy Dale Turner died Nov. 2 of stomach cancer. He was 57. A native of Miami, Fla., he graduated from the University of Hartford in 1980 and received his law degree from the Catholic University of America in ...

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Heel fracture not diagnosed after auto accident – Defense Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff, a 57-year-old male, was involved in a high-speed, head-on motor vehicle accident on Oct. 4, 2006. He was taken to an area hospital with life-threatening injuries, including intra-abdominal bleeding requiring emergency surgery and a bowel resection. Pre-operatively, numerous radiology ...

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Implant became stuck during hip replacement surgery – Defense Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff, age 59, underwent left hip replacement surgery with defendant orthopedic surgeon on Oct. 22, 2007. At surgery, the defendant inserted the trial stem implant into the plaintiff’s femur without incident. It advanced to the proper position, i.e., it fully ...

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Glen M. Williams (access required)

Retired U.S. District Judge Glen M. Williams died Nov. 4. He was 92. A 1940 graduate of Milligan College, he served in the U.S. Navy during World War II from 1942 to 1946. He was commanding officer of the minesweeper ...

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VSB Disciplinary Actions (access required)

Effective Oct. 29, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board suspended the license to practice law of Denny P. Dobbins of Portsmouth based on the Sept. 20 revocation of his license to practice in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of ...

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