We know we could be opening quite a can of worms by posting lawyer fish stories here, but it’s hard to resist. Here’s a shot of Richmond solo Ed Meade struggling to hold up his 62-inch, 73-pound cobia at a ...
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Twelfth Circuit judges have appointed D. Gregory Carr, a substitute judge and partner in the firm of Bowen, Champlin, Carr, Foreman & Rockecharlie, to the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court that covers Chesterfield County and Colonial Heights. Carr succeeds ...
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Attorney General Bill Mims is accusing three related companies of defrauding job-seekers in Hampton Roads. The complaint in Norfolk Circuit Court alleges that Virginia Employment Services Inc., Virginia Personnel Inc. and New Beginnings Inc. violated the Virginia Consumer Protection Act. ...Read More »
A Lynchburg area gas station cut a deal with the attorney general’s office for charging $5.399 per gallon as Hurricane Ike approached last September. Timberlake Citgo is setting aside $200 to give partial refunds to the 29 customers who filled ...Read More »
Appomattox nursing home liability lawyer Bob Carter is no doubt making friends with some regional nursing home residents with a gift of 18 Wii gaming stations. Carter said he donated the video game consoles last week to residents councils at ...Read More »
Both Republican Bob McDonnell and Democrat Creigh Deeds apparently would restore the moribund program that gave lawyers, jurors, and citizens a voice in Virginia’s judicial selection process. At the initial debate between the two candidates for governor, both endorsed a ...
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Overheard at the Homestead: “I think it’s talking out of two sides of your mouth, which we do fairly regularly.” –Sen. Rob Hurt, discussing “secondary offense” crimes like texting-while-driving. “Social media and social networking let people know, like and trust ...Read More »