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Senate votes to raise felony threshold

A criminal would have to steal at least $500 worth of property or cash to be guilty of a felony under a proposal advancing at the General Assembly. The current felony trigger point is $200. Critics have called for reform ...

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VBA head welcomes House action on judgeships

The president of the Virginia Bar Association says the group welcomes a House of Delegates budget plan that would increase the number of funded state trial court judgeships to 402. VBA president Harry M. “Pete” Johnson III said the voluntary ...

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Malveaux joins judicial ethics panel

Henrico County Judge Mary B. Malveaux has been named to Virginia’s Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission as a representative of the general district bench. Malveaux succeeds Bryant L. Sugg of Newport News in that position. Sugg was elevated to the ...

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