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Substitute judge accused of pot farming

Shenandoah County lawyer and substitute judge James H. Allamong Jr. has been arrested after authorities found marijuana plants growing on his property. The plants were discovered while firefighters were responding to a nearby shed fire, according to the Northern Virginia ...

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Plaintiffs on a roll in Campbell County

Claims handlers take note: Juries have grown generous for personal injury plaintiffs in Campbell County. The county has seen six straight plaintiffs’ verdicts, Circuit Judge John T. Cook told the Lynchburg Bar Association Wednesday. The total of the verdicts was ...

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Plaintiffs on a roll in Campbell County

Claims handlers take note: Juries have grown generous for personal injury plaintiffs in Campbell County. The county has seen six straight plaintiffs’ verdicts, Circuit Judge John T. Cook told the Lynchburg Bar Association Wednesday. The total of the verdicts was ...

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The Virginia Code: Making it easier to use and prettier

A self-proclaimed Virginia Code “fan boy,” Waldo Jaquith wants to bring the Code to the masses with his “Virginia Decoded” project. Jaquith, whose five-year-old website “Richmond Sunlight” focuses on the sausage-making at the General Assembly, says he will showcase the ...

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The Virginia Code: Making it easier to use and prettier

A self-proclaimed Virginia Code “fan boy,” Waldo Jaquith wants to bring the Code to the masses with his “Virginia Decoded” project. Jaquith, whose five-year-old website “Richmond Sunlight” focuses on the sausage-making at the General Assembly, says he will showcase the ...

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