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Shoplifting charge leads to VSB reprimand

A public defender who admitted stealing a can of Red Bull has been reprimanded by the Virginia State Bar. Leesburg public defender Lori E. O’Donnell pleaded guilty to petit larceny in 2012 after being charged with leaving a grocery store ...

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Principal sues parents for critical letter

(AP) — The principal of a public middle school in Richmond is suing four parents for a letter critical of the school’s leadership and climate. Lucille M. Brown Middle School Principal Denise R. Lewis is seeking $3 million in compensatory damages, as well as punitive damages ...

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Assembly agrees to 429-judgeship plan

With decisions still remaining on how many judgeships to fund and fill, the General Assembly nevertheless has agreed to a plan to authorize Virginia trial court judgeships in accordance with needs identified by a recent caseload study. Both House and ...

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