Wherever the former Vinton lawyer is, he no longer has a Virginia law license. The Virginia State Bar revoked the license of Jesse S. Shelor last month for abandoning his law practice “with utter disregard for the welfare of his ...Read More »
The 4th U.S. Court of Appeals rejected today challenges to provisions that require cases filed under the federal False Claims Act to be sealed for at least 60 days and permit them to remain secret for much longer. The American ...Read More »
A Newport News man who shouted a warning to potential targets of a police prostitution sting now faces charges of obstruction of justice. David Earl Armstrong spotted police running a classic “flat-foot floozy” operation on Jefferson Avenue, with an undercover ...
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Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is traveling around the state drumming up support for the fifth annual Legal Food Frenzy, the competition among state law firms designed to fill the coffers of local food banks. The contest will run this ...Read More »
An ex-employee of a Virginia Beach law firm allegedly stole $320,000 over 14 months. Diana Farmer-Forston, a former bookkeeper at Bennett and Zydron, has been charged with 16 counts of forgery and money laundering, reports WAVY-TV. She is currently behind ...Read More »
Bar associations are always looking for fresh ideas to serve up CLE to lawyers hungry for credit hours. Here’s one: Spend a day, get an hour and a half of CLE credit and a concealed-carry permit under South Carolina law. ...Read More »