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DUI research file (access required)

Does Virginia’s DUI statute set out a single offense or separate offenses? Although the question might seem academic, it may become an important issue in the DUI Double Jeopardy Defense. Several Court of Appeals decisions discuss the various prongs of ...

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Cable company tagged for business conspiracy (access required)

A cable-television company must pay treble damages, plus punitive damages, to a competitor for statutory conspiracy, a federal judge in Charlottesville has ruled. The cable company was faulted for this practice: It would target an apartment complex currently serviced by ...

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Low-impact crash settled for $2M (access required)

The family of a Northern Virginia man killed in a low-impact car crash has settled their lawsuit against Chrysler Corp. for $2 million. The suit in Prince William County was one of at least 24 products-liability suits filed against the ...

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News in Brief for Sept. 4, 1995 (access required)

Attorney General goes online The Attorney General’s office is on the Internet. The address: vaattygen@aol.com. The idea is to allow a two-way dialogue with constituents. Attorney General James S. Gilmore III has posted public information in the Virginia Forum section ...

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