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Lawyer disciplined again for sarcasm

Virginia Beach lawyer John G. “Jack” Crandley has been disciplined again by the Virginia State Bar for directing sarcasm at other attorneys. This time, the penalty could trigger a 90-day suspension under terms of a previous disciplinary order. Crandley’s Oct. ...

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Donation to help W&M law school

WILLIAMSBURG (AP) The College of William and Mary has received a $50 million donation that will help fund scholarships, teaching awards and facility improvements. The anonymous donation is the largest gift that the school has received in its 323-year history. ...

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Lumber Liquidators enters plea

NORFOLK (AP) Lumber Liquidators pleaded guilty Thursday to environmental crimes related to importing flooring manufactured in China from timber illegally logged in eastern Russia, the habitat for the world’s last remaining Siberian tigers and Amur leopards. The Toano-based company entered ...

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Roanoke doctor settles defamation claim

A Roanoke anesthesiologist who sued a trauma surgeon for critical statements he made after the death of a patient has settled his defamation claim for an undisclosed amount. The $2.35-million suit filed by Dr. Bradley J. Cashion had been cleared ...

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Dried toothpaste was no threat, court said

A Norfolk federal district court erred when it significantly increased a defendant’s sentence for sending a threatening letter to the clerk’s office that included dried, powdery toothpaste in the letter’s envelope. Enhancing the sentence was inappropriate, according to a three-judge ...

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