A handful of sympathetic lawyers in Salem and Roanoke have managed to save the day for three Peruvian college students stuck without jobs in Virginia while on an exchange program. As reported by The Roanoke Times, attorney Correy Diviney took ...Read More »
Judges and aspiring judges are still smarting over the General Assembly’s treatment last year of two members of the Court of Appeals up for re-election, according to a veteran of that court. The 2008 legislative foot-dragging on re-election of Judge ...Read More »
A group of 85 employees of the hospital in Patrick County have sued the former hospital operator over unpaid wages. According to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the workers at R.J. Reynolds Patrick County Memorial Hospital are owed two to four weeks’ ...Read More »
Circuit Judge Jack Berry dismissed petitions that sought to consolidate the town of Culpeper with Culpeper County. The Culpeper Star-Exponent reports that the consolidation petitions, endorsed by 992 town voters, were improperly filed. “I am in favor of the judge’s ...Read More »
The feds say a criminal organization took in $11 million for supplying illegal workers to hotels and other businesses. The Virginian-Pilot reports that 22 suspects were were arrested and brought into U.S. District Court yesterday. According to the indictment, the ...
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The full Virginia Court of Appeals split sharply today on the precision required to preserve for appeal challenges to summary contempt convictions. The result is that two attorneys and an assistant who was a third-year law student at the time ...Read More »
The ACLU of Virginia is asking Richmond leaders to drop a proposal to ban curbside solicitation of motorists. According to the group’s news release, a Richmond public safety committee is recommending an ordinance to outlaw panhandlers from approaching people in ...
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