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Feds move to ban ‘Spice’

The DEA is not waiting for the legislative process to take action against synthetic marijuana. While legislators in Virginia and around the country have been drafting bills to ban the chemical pot, sold legally under names like “Spice” and “K-2,” ...

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Feds move to ban ‘Spice’

The DEA is not waiting for the legislative process to take action against synthetic marijuana. While legislators in Virginia and around the country have been drafting bills to ban the chemical pot, sold legally under names like “Spice” and “K-2,” ...

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Culpeper lawyer donates hundreds of pies

It’s a Thanksgiving tradition for Monica Chernin. For the past three years, the Culpeper attorney has collected hundreds of pies to hand out to less-fortunate residents as part of the annual Thanksgiving Food Basket, reports the Culpeper Star-Exponent. This past ...

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Boyfriend has porn conviction for ‘sexted’ photos

A teenage girl may have had something else in mind when she sent sexy photos to her boyfriend’s cell phone. Now he has a record for possession of child pornography. Donald Kellison, who was 21 years old when he got ...

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Boyfriend has porn conviction for ‘sexted’ photos

A teenage girl may have had something else in mind when she sent sexy photos to her boyfriend’s cell phone. Now he has a record for possession of child pornography. Donald Kellison, who was 21 years old when he got ...

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‘Hot tub’ lawyer sanctioned by federal judge

A lawyer trying to locate evidence to bolster his lending fraud case stepped over the line when he met with a witness that he knew was represented by counsel in a related matter, a federal judge has ruled. The evidence ...

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‘Hot tub’ lawyer sanctioned by federal judge

A lawyer trying to locate evidence to bolster his lending fraud case stepped over the line when he met with a witness that he knew was represented by counsel in a related matter, a federal judge has ruled. The evidence ...

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Williamsburg patent lawyer charged with UPL

A Williamsburg grand jury has returned an indictment charging patent attorney Bambi Walters with practicing law without a license, according to the local prosecutor. Williamsburg/James City County Commonwealth’s Attorney Nate Green said the charge resulted from a Virginia State Bar ...

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Greene County official charged with UPL

The commissioner of revenue in Greene County has been charged with practicing law without a license. According to the Greene County Record, Larry Snow, 61, said that an elderly woman asked him for information on what she could do with ...

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Tortious interference claims easier?

For plaintiffs suing for tortious interference with contract, Virginia law may have shifted slightly in their favor last year when the Supreme Court of Virginia decided DurretteBradshaw PC v. M.C. Consulting LC. At least that’s how one federal magistrate judge ...

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