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News in Brief for June 5, 1995 (access required)

Cap on court-appointed fees challenged again A second challenge to the cap on attorneys’ fees for court-appointed counsel has been rebuffed in Chesapeake Circuit Court. The defendant’s lawyer was heartened by the judge’s willingness to knock 10 years off the ...

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Mail service abroad fails (access required)

A Virginia plaintiff cannot serve process on an Italian insurance company merely by having papers mailed directly to its business address in Milan, an Alexandria federal judge has ruled, adopting the report of a magistrate judge. There is a split ...

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News in Brief for May 29, 1995 (access required)

Judge bans public fishing on river ROANOKE–A judge has banned public fishing on the Jackson River where land ownership predated the Revolutionary War. The case could affect free access to rivers and streams throughout Virginia. “There is a great deal ...

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