CHARLOTTESVILLE (AP) A judge is weighing arguments that a former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted in the slaying of his former girlfriend did not receive a fair trial. George V. Huguely V is serving a 23-year sentence for the ...Read More »
FAIRFAX (AP) A police officer charged with murder for shooting a man during a 2013 domestic standoff questioned himself about whether he acted out of anger over his own deteriorating marriage, a prosecutor said Thursday. Adam Torres, a former Fairfax ...Read More »
A lawyer who ignored or abandoned five clients and dodged a meeting with a Virginia State Bar investigator has agreed to a two-year license suspension. Jesse E. White – formerly of Woodbridge – signed off on the agreed disposition and ...Read More »
(AP) The fate of North Carolina’s new law aimed at restricting restroom use by transgender people could be determined in Virginia, where a school board has ordered a teenager to stay out of the boys’ room. The 4th U.S. Circuit ...Read More »
Commissioner R. Ferrell Newman of the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission has been inducted as a Fellow of the College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers. The group held its annual meeting in New Orleans last month. The college honors attorneys who have ...
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MANASSAS (AP) After 15 years of denial, a northern Virginia drug dealer admitted his role in a 2001 murder as part of a plea bargain that spares him a possible death sentence. Justin Wolfe’s guilty plea Tuesday in Prince William ...Read More »
When an employee is off the clock, how far off can he be – time-wise and site-wise – and still collect workers’ comp? A new decision by the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission illustrates a difference of opinion on the question. ...Read More »