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All in the family

The Ninth Judicial Circuit in Virginia at long last got a new circuit judge earlier this month, when York County J&DR Judge Richard Y. AtLee Jr. got the nod. AtLee was sworn in on Aug. 15 by none other than ...

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Joke of the day

Here’s a good one to start your day (courtesy of my son’s girlfriend): “Past, Present and Future walk into a bar. It was tense…” That boy has good taste.

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Headline of the day

Credit goes to the Wall Street Journal once again. Today they have an editorial assessing the Republican presidential race after the weekend. Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., took the Iowa straw poll and Texas Gov. Rick Perry officially entered the race. ...

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Do what you know

A guy in Winchester with convictions for dealing coke found a way to pay off his fines and court costs … dealing more coke, allegedly. Eddy Quintana was convicted in 2007 of possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and ...

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Judge Petty on professionalism

WINTERGREEN—Lawyers need to do a better job at bringing along the newest members of the profession, according to Court of Appeals Judge William G. Petty. The medical profession requires its new members to serve a residency, learning at the elbows ...

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How hot is it this week?

Last week’s triple-digit heat finally broke about Monday. It says something when you get excited that the day’s high is only 95. The seasonal hot temps will be pushed out by more 100-plus weather tomorrow. You may have seen this ...

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How hot is it this week?

Last week’s triple-digit heat finally broke about Monday. It says something when you get excited that the day’s high is only 95. The seasonal hot temps will be pushed out by more 100-plus weather tomorrow. You may have seen this ...

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Just how hot is it?

Triple digits. A heat index around 115. High ozone levels. Humidity somewhere north of 90 percent. It’s brutal out there. You step outside on the deck at quarter to 10 (like I did last night) and it’s 90.4 degrees. Or, ...

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Headline of the Day

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors voted this week to demolish the Goose Creek Bridge, erected in 1932. The board voted 8-1 to tear down the metal span after determining it lacked enough historical value to preserve. Vehicular traffic over ...

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The Judge Has No Robe

  As potential crimes go, what’s one step dumber than driving off in a police car? Stealing a judge’s robe. This past week, a Philadelphia municipal judge, Joseph C. Waters Jr., took a break from the bench to go to ...

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