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Bell unrung

Scratch one name from the list of potential candidates for Attorney General. According to this item from the Daily Progress, Charlottesville delegate Rob Bell will trade a campaign for the pleasures of fatherhood. Update: Not to be outdone, Republican State ...

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Dodd speaks at Holocaust Museum

In reinforcing the rule of law, the Nuremberg Trials established and highlighted the fact of the Holocaust, Sen. Christopher J. Dodd, D-Conn. said Saturday evening at the Virginia Holocaust Museum. Dodd is the son of Thomas J. Dodd, the late ...

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Court hears R-MWC arguments

An attorney told the Supreme Court of Virginia today that the court has never addressed the relationship between a college and its students. Wyatt B. Durrette Jr., representing alumnae and students of Randolph-Macon Woman’s College, contended that the relationship is ...

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Comeback story

Bruce C. Britton has been without a valid Virginia law license for 19 years. According to this announcement, on June 27, the State Bar disciplinary board will hear his request for reinstatement. Mr. Britton told the VSB that he wants ...

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Finger splint infringement

A new copyright law opinion from U.S. District Judge Norman Moon gains our notice for several reasons. It sheds light on a niche market — “fine quality jewelry” finger splints. It includes a citation to Green Eggs and Ham. And ...

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Coaches wearing blinders?

High school coaches in Harrisonburg are under scrutiny for allegedly turning a blind eye to student criminal activity, according to the Daily News Record. The article claims that state law requires teachers and coaches to report substance abuse activity, but ...

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