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Educators have no fear over special education ruling

Special education directors in Hampton and Newport News have little concern over a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling allowing reimbursement for private special ed placements. According to the Daily Press, the high court recently ruled that parents of special education ...

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Jury acquits man accused of killing Roanoke lawyer

A Roanoke County jury tonight refused to convict a man charged with manslaughter and hit-and-run in the death of Roanoke lawyer Tom Farrell last year. Neil Horn, lawyer for defendant Jeffery Young, argued the commonwealth failed to prove Young’s car ...

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Jury acquits man accused of killing Roanoke lawyer

A Roanoke County jury tonight refused to convict a man charged with manslaughter and hit-and-run in the death of Roanoke lawyer Tom Farrell last year. Neil Horn, lawyer for defendant Jeffery Young, argued the commonwealth failed to prove Young’s car ...

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No insanity defense in death of Roanoke lawyer

The man accused in the hit-and-run death of Roanoke lawyer Tom Farrell will skip an insanity defense. Jeffery Young’s defense lawyer, Neil Horn, rested his case today without presenting any scientific evidence of his client’s mental condition, although Young’s mother ...

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No insanity defense in death of Roanoke lawyer

The man accused in the hit-and-run death of Roanoke lawyer Tom Farrell will skip an insanity defense. Jeffery Young’s defense lawyer, Neil Horn, rested his case today without presenting any scientific evidence of his client’s mental condition, although Young’s mother ...

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School district will pay assistant principal’s legal fees

The Loudoun County school board will cover the legal bills for a high school administrator who was acquitted of possession of child pornography. Ting-Yi Oei of Reston, an assistant principal at Freedom High School, racked up legal bills of $167,621 ...

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School district will pay assistant principal’s legal fees

The Loudoun County school board will cover the legal bills for a high school administrator who was acquitted of possession of child pornography. Ting-Yi Oei of Reston, an assistant principal at Freedom High School, racked up legal bills of $167,621 ...

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