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DNA statistics questioned

The Los Angeles Times reports on a study that suggests that matches of DNA profiles may be more common than the one in more than 100 billion projected by the FBI and other crime labs. The FBI responds that it ...

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DNA statistics questioned

The Los Angeles Times reports on a study that suggests that matches of DNA profiles may be more common than the one in more than 100 billion projected by the FBI and other crime labs. The FBI responds that it ...

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Signs, signs, everywhere a sign…

Highway 220, the road leading to and from The Homestead, was covered with campaign signs for Mark Warner and Jim Gilmore in preface to Saturday’s VBA debate. Advantage: Warner.   The more recent ex-gov clearly won the sign war up ...

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Warner vs. Gilmore

Two ex-governors, Mark Warner and Jim Gilmore, met in the kickoff of the campaign for retiring U.S. Sen. John Warner’s seat July 19. The Virginia Bar Association held its traditional candidates’ debate at The Homestead. The debate was delayed 15 ...

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Trenga nominated to federal bench

President Bush has nominated Washington commercial litigation attorney Anthony J. Trenga to the U.S. District Court judgeship vacated by the resignation of Walter D. Kelley. Trenga is a partner in DC’s Miller & Chevalier. An Alexandria resident, he has served ...

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Fair warning

It’s a sad story well-known to the legal profession — a law office victimized by a dishonest staffer. In this South Carolina case, it was two separate law firms who had to scramble to make things right after Caroline Keys ...

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