Virginia Supreme Court Chief Justice Cynthia D. Kinser says she will step down from the court this year to enjoy more time with her husband, family and personal endeavors. After 16 years on the high court, and more than three ...Read More »
It’s a daily occurrence for family lawyers. The client wants a divorce, the lawyer has prepared the pleadings, and it’s time to get the official papers delivered to the opposing party. The local sheriff’s office can do the job – ...Read More »
Just settling into the witness preparation session, your client nervously asks: “What if they ask about preparation?” It’s a frequent question — and concern — from witnesses. Contained within it are all the common stereotypes about dishonest lawyers improperly “coaching” ...
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A confidential list of donors leaked by the IRS may have been a fund-raising bonanza for the National Organization for Marriage Inc., once the list showed up on the Huffington Post. The Internal Revenue Service is trying to turn that ...Read More »
Even with funding in the 2014 budget, Virginia’s Judicial Performance Evaluation program is unlikely to cover judges up for review in the 2015 legislative cycle, court administrators said June 6 in a meeting of the Judicial Council. The JPE, and ...Read More »
Guy Gugliotta was “absolutely amazed and extremely upset” when he was told he no longer owned the two Sandbridge lots he wanted to sell last year. A real estate agent said Gugliotta himself had sold the properties the year before. ...Read More »