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Dumler resigns from Albemarle board

Scottsville lawyer Chris Dumler has resigned from the Albemarle County board of supervisors, less than a week after a judge rejected a citizens’ effort to have him removed from office. “I wasn’t prepared to even grant the petition the appearance ...

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Kyanite settlement in sight?

Some of the uncertainty about the status of the historic Cavalier Hotel in Virginia Beach could be put to rest with the possible settlement of a series of court disputes involving the warring Dixon family from Buckingham County. The family ...

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Phony bank charge supports RICO claim

Civil racketeering claims often don’t get very far in federal court, but a Lynchburg horsewoman gets another chance to use a RICO claim to rein in a man who allegedly defrauded her. John Wynne misrepresented that his business Rivermont Consultants ...

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Pittman wins seat on VSB Council

Petersburg consumer lawyer Dale Pittman has been elected to a seat on the Virginia State Bar Council. The VSB reports results of voting that ended Monday as: Henry O. Brown                     3 Dale W. Pittman                     24 Joseph M. Teefey, Jr.              19 ...

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Lawyer pleads guilty in alleged Ponzi scheme

Accused of bilking investors over seven years, Virginia lawyer Brian Dinning pleaded guilty to two counts of fraud in Norfolk federal court Monday. Dinning, who formerly practiced in Suffolk and other Hampton Roads communities, had been accused of taking money ...

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Dumler recall petition fails

Chris Dumler – the Scottsville lawyer and embattled Albemarle County board member – will not be removed from office under a recall petition, a judge has ruled. Albemarle County Circuit Judge Cheryl Higgins found the evidence failed to show Dumler ...

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Police chief who stole drugs gets 9 years

A former small town Virginia police chief who orchestrated a drug store burglary to get pain pills has been sentenced to nine years in federal prison. Bryan Young, chief of the Pennington Gap police department, arranged for other officers to ...

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