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DUI double jeopardy appealed (access required)

Observers of the DUI double-jeopardy defense have been expecting the issue to be decided in Virginia’s appellate courts. Now the process has begun. At least one case is in the appellate system. The first written opinion on the defense from ...

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What is a community? (access required)

Although using a claims database may provide a basis for evaluating whether a medical claim under workers’ compensation exceeds the prevailing rate in the community, it leaves unanswered a more basic question: How should “community” be defined in workers’ compensation ...

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Rule on "slow plea" on the way (access required)

WILLIAMSBURG–The Judicial Council will consider whether the so-called “slow plea” in bifurcated felony trials is valid. A “slow plea” occurs when a defendant pleads not guilty in a felony case. If the jury then returns a guilty verdict, the defendant ...

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News in Brief for May 22, 1995 (access required)

Carrico: Family Court will provide “family values” WILLIAMSBURG–Creation of a Family Court is one of the best ways the Virginia judiciary can promote “basic family values,” Chief Justice Harry L. Carrico said last week in his 1995 State of the ...

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