Quantcast
Home / News Stories (page 1467) /

News Stories

Feed Subscription

New suspension law sparks DUI fracas (access required)

Courts test double jeopardy defense, Loudoun provides 1st written opinion A new Virginia law is sending attorneys racing to challenge administrative license suspensions and leaving prosecutors bracing for attempts to use the statute to short-circuit DUI cases. The new law ...

Read More »

Negotiating attorneys' fees (access required)

The Mahoney case on good faith also offers guidance on how banks and borrowers can negotiate over attorneys’ fees. While the guarantors appealed as to good faith, the bank appealed on fees. The bank claimed that the trial court should ...

Read More »

IOLTA rolls back July 1 (access required)

The Virginia State Bar Council, which twice voted for mandatory IOLTA, has approved a rule change rolling back the program to opt-out status. The March 3 vote, which was unanimous, is part of the procedural follow-through of a deal cut ...

Read More »

DUI defense works in Va. (access required)

Based on double jeopardy A new DUI defense based on double jeopardy has worked apparently for the first time in Virginia: A Roanoke County general district judge last Wednesday dismissed DUI charges against a defendant whose license had been suspended ...

Read More »
Scroll To Top