The Supreme Court of Virginia says that disgruntled neighbors can’t use the courts to blow the whistle on land use violations. The case comes from Roanoke, and the Times has details.Read More »
The Roanoke Times takes a look today at lawyer-turned-author David Baldacci and his life on Virginia’s Smith Mountain Lake. Best quote: “Lawyers are paid to tell persuasive stories. So are novelists. Sometimes I think some of the best fiction I ...Read More »
The much-litigated custody of 6-year-old Isabella Miller-Jenkins was in court again today, this time before the Supreme Court of Virginia Mathew Staver, the head of Liberty Counsel and dean of the Liberty University law school, told the court that the ...Read More »
As reported on SCOTUSblog: In a widely splintered decision, the Supreme Court on Wednesday cleared the way for death-row executions to resume across the country, concluding that the most common method of lethal injection does not violate the Constitution. The ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
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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