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Court looks for new magistrate judge

The judges of the Eastern District are taking applications for the job of U.S. magistrate judge in Richmond. The position is open now that former Magistrate Judge M. Hannah Lauck was appointed as a U.S. district judge effective June 10. ...

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Candidates agree to VBA debate

The Virginia Bar Association has nailed down commitments from the two U.S. Senate candidates for a July debate at the group’s summer meeting. The campaigns of both Republican Ed Gillespie and incumbent Democrat Mark Warner have agreed to the debate ...

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Lawyers rock to help homeless

That sound you hear across the Potomac is a gaggle of rock bands tuning up and rehearsing songs for the legal community’s annual battle of the bands to benefit the less fortunate. It’s the 11th annual “Banding Together” event where ...

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Governor vetoes extra judge money (access required)

Gov. Terry McAuliffe has vetoed the General Assembly’s budget provision for 36 additional judgeships because it would take away his ability to appoint circuit court judges while the Assembly is out of session. “I have vetoed the appropriation and language ...

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Breathalyzer test data now online

Lawyers working DUI cases now have easier access to test information for the state-owned machines used to test drivers for breath alcohol levels. The state Department of Forensic Science is now posting the records online, instead of having to copy ...

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Herring to announce office changes

Attorney General Mark Herring is expected to announce a series of reform initiatives for his office Thursday morning, the apparent result of a review by three experts announced in February. The panel was asked to generate recommendations related to the ...

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