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Heaphy may be choice for US Attorney

By process of elimination, The Roanoke Times reports that Tim Heaphy may be the president’s choice for U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Virginia. Virginia’s two U.S. senators nominated three lawyers for the job; two of them report they’ve ...

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Heaphy may be choice for US Attorney

By process of elimination, The Roanoke Times reports that Tim Heaphy may be the president’s choice for U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Virginia. Virginia’s two U.S. senators nominated three lawyers for the job; two of them report they’ve ...

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Shakeup in Franklin County sheriff office

Two high-level deputies are fired and an investigation is focusing on timesheets of the sheriff’s daughter. Sheriff Ewell Hunt said in a statement that the allegations against his daughter are not true, and that she was properly paid for work ...

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Shakeup in Franklin County sheriff office

Two high-level deputies are fired and an investigation is focusing on timesheets of the sheriff’s daughter. Sheriff Ewell Hunt said in a statement that the allegations against his daughter are not true, and that she was properly paid for work ...

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VSB Council members chosen

The results are in from the elections for Virginia State Bar Council. In the contested elections: I. Lionel Hancock III defeated incumbent Mary G. Commander by three votes, 178 to 175, in Norfolk. Incumbents W. David Harless, John T. Sharer ...

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VSB Council members chosen

The results are in from the elections for Virginia State Bar Council. In the contested elections: I. Lionel Hancock III defeated incumbent Mary G. Commander by three votes, 178 to 175, in Norfolk. Incumbents W. David Harless, John T. Sharer ...

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UR student wins VWAA stipend

Law Day had a happy ending for one law student at the close of a Law Day program that pitted Hollywood against “reality.” University of Richmond law student Tiffany Ford, pictured at right, is the winner of the first annual public-interest ...

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