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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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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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Judge can't pick apart couple's PSA (access required)

A father cannot be ordered to pay both child support under the guidelines and his son’s college expenses under a property settlement agreement, the Court of Appeals has ruled. The trial judge erred when he accepted only part of the ...

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Child's wish outweighed (access required)

The decision in Haase v. Haase (VLW 095-7-597) leaves wide discretion with judges and commissioners in the handling of testimony from children in custody disputes. With the inclusion of a child’s custodial preference as a factor to be considered in ...

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