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…And a case going the other direction (access required)

Publisher & Editor-in-Chief As the Virginia Supreme Court was deciding Huffman v. Love, on the same day it came down the opposite way in a different punitives/drunk driving case. In Puent v. Dickens, (VLW 093-6-xxx), the high court upheld the ...

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Practice Tips: Attacking a breath tester (access required)

Lawyers who defend drunken drivers make a specialty of finding defects in the statutes, ordinances and procedures governing DUIs. As fast as the legislature closes one loophole, enterprising attorneys find another. Richmond attorney L. Neil Steverson and Prince George attorney ...

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House approves trial bill (access required)

Co-defendants facing criminal trials in Virginia moved one step closer to losing the right to demand separate trials when the House of Delegates voted to approve a measure repealing that right by a 78-18 margin. House Bill 1595, part of ...

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