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Bill would outlaw fake immigration lawyers (access required)

A proposal aimed at public notaries who might be tempted to hold themselves out as immigration lawyers in Hispanic communities advanced in the state Senate yesterday, but only after questions were raised about enforcement. Sen. Adam P. Ebbin, D-Alexandria, told ...

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Judge steps aside in meningitis cases (access required)

A federal judge presiding over claims arising from the nationwide meningitis outbreak linked to a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy is removing himself from the case. U.S. District Judge F. Dennis Saylor IV said he will recuse himself because members of his ...

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Bill to add judgeships advances

The Senate Finance Committee has given approval to a bill to shuffle Virginia trial court judgeships in accordance with last year’s caseload study. Senate Bill 443 represents a trimmed down version of the recommendations from the study performed by the ...

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Judge won’t reconsider police ruling

CHARLOTTESVILLE (AP) — A Charlottesville judge has declined to change a ruling on police jurisdiction that has caught the attention of law enforcement agencies around Virginia. Circuit Judge Paul M. Peatross’ decision came in a case involving Albemarle County officers ...

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