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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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