Judge Walter D. Kelley Jr. will leave the federal district bench less than four years after he was appointed to the court. In a letter to President Bush today, Kelley said May 16 will be his last day as a ...Read More »
Effective April Fool’s Day, lawyers can start electronic filing of documents in the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The Richmond-based appellate court has served notice of its proposed adoption of Administrative Order 08-01 for a case management/electronic filing system. ...
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Supreme Court Justice S. Bernard Goodwyn and Court of Appeals Judge LeRoy F. Millette Jr. won’t have a break in service after all. Their appointments by Gov. Timothy M. Kaine would have expired tonight in the absence of action by ...Read More »
The Supreme Court of Virginia ruled today in an unpublished order that applications to register to vote in Norfolk were available for inspection once Social Security numbers are redacted from the applications. Andrew A. Rivera, a Northern Virginia attorney who ...
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David P. Baugh, the prominent Richmond criminal defense attorney, will become the capital defender for the central Virginia office of the Indigent Defense Commission on March 1. Baugh will succeed John B. Boatwright III, who has been seriously ill for ...Read More »
The First and Second Amendments to the U.S. Constitution seldom are as juxtaposed as they were today before the Senate Courts of Justice Committee. The debate was over Senate Bill 529, carried for the Freedom of Information Advisory Council by ...Read More »