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Parking ticket ode nets relief (access required)

California and the law easily brings to mind images of riots, high-profile murders or, at least for lawyers, wacky court rulings. In any case, our observations about Left Coast law and justice is usually along the lines of, “Only in ...

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Lawyers In The News (access required)

John L. Brownlee, Scott A. Johnson, Richard F. Hawkins III, and Donald D. Long have joined the Roanoke law firm of Woods, Rogers & Hazelgrove, P.L.C.. Brownlee received his law degree from the College of William and Mary. He was ...

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VSB disciplinary action (access required)

Robert W. O’Brien, a Fairfax attorney who pled guilty to stuffing a bar endorsement ballot box, has had his law license suspended by the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board, effective Jan. 9, 1997. O’Brien pled guilty to two forgery charges ...

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Salem's Clemens retires (access required)

Salem Circuit Judge G.O. Clemens retired Jan. 1 after 17 years as a General District and Circuit Court judge. His retirement, though, is not likely to end his career as a jurist. Clemens said he hopes to serve as a ...

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Viar gets endorsement for J&DR seat (access required)

Christiansburg lawyer Robert C. Viar Jr. has received the endorsement of the Montgomery-Floyd-Radford Bar Association for a seat on the local Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court. Viar has had experience representing social service agencies, and he has served as ...

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