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Reel Justice (access required)

By Luz E. Nagle UCLA law professors Paul Bergman and Michael Asimow have published a movie fan’s guide to sixty-nine courtroom movies. As an immigrant lawyer trained in a civil law country, my initiation into the Anglo-American legal system began ...

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Service By Fax Also Debated (access required)

NORFOLK–At the annual Boyd-Graves Conference this year, evidence may have been the biggest topic of discussion, but it was not the only issue that produced a spirited exchange of ideas. As lawyers begin to find their way in the new ...

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Allen taps Fulton for Edmonds' seat (access required)

Gov. George Allen on Nov. 4 appointed Norfolk lawyer Junius P. Fulton III to the Norfolk Circuit Court. Fulton will fill the vacancy left by the September resignation of Judge Luther C. Edmonds. Fulton, 38, operates a general practice in ...

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Charges against activist, SCLC leader are dropped (access required)

ARLINGTON–A prosecutor has dropped trespassing charges against comedian-turned-activist Dick Gregory and three other people for protesting in front of a federal Drug Enforcement Agency building. Arlington County Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Theo Stamos asked Nov. 1 that the charges be reduced ...

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Pain specialist gets restricted license (access required)

A physician who had his Virginia medical license revoked for overprescribing narcotics to chronic pain patients got his license back on a restricted basis Nov. 10. The restricted license won’t allow Dr. William E. Hurwitz of Washington, D.C., to prescribe ...

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