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State police close investigation of Staunton killings

Despite lingering mysteries, the Virginia State Police will close the books on its investigation of police work in a 1967 double killing in Staunton. According to The News Virginian, concerns about lead investigator Davie Bocock’s handling of the case could ...

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State police close investigation of Staunton killings

Despite lingering mysteries, the Virginia State Police will close the books on its investigation of police work in a 1967 double killing in Staunton. According to The News Virginian, concerns about lead investigator Davie Bocock’s handling of the case could ...

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Online activities bring reprimand for judge

A North Carolina judge was issued a public reprimand for using Facebook to chat with a lawyer about a pending case and researching the Web site of one of the parties in the case. As reported by The (Lexington) Dispatch, ...

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Lynchburg lawyer honored for pro bono work

The Lynchburg Bar Association and the Virginia Legal Aid Society have named Laura Keohane this year’s Pro Bono Award recipient. Keohane, a lawyer at the Lynchburg firm of Edmunds & Williams, performed more than 40 hours of pro bono work ...

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