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Dare to be stupid

Piers Morgan, the British-born host of the CNN program “Piers Morgan Tonight,” got into a verbal dust-up Dec. 19 with a guest on his show, Larry Pratt, executive director of Gun Owners of America. Morgan ostensibly asked Pratt on the ...

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Candidates seek endorsement for J&DR judgeship

Six attorneys are seeking election to the seat of retiring Charlottesville Juvenile and Domestic Relations Judge Dwight Johnson. The candidates came before the Charlottesville-Albemarle Bar Association Monday night, The Daily Progress reports. They are: David B. Franzen, a Charlottesville attorney ...

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Former candidate gets VSB reprimand

Former Congressional candidate Wayne Powell, who lost to Rep. Eric Cantor, has agreed to a reprimand for his handling of litigation arising from workplace injuries The complaint, which came to light during Powell’s campaign against Cantor,  accused the Midlothian lawyer ...

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Abuse victim’s suit too late (access required)

The Supreme Court of Virginia has rejected the appeal of a plaintiff who sought to collect damages from a man who had molested him as a youth, and who later resumed a relationship the plaintiff said led to his emotional ...

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Candidate’s BBQ credentials are solid

There are judges and then there are Barbecue Judges. When a candidate for statewide office declares he is a certified World Championship Barbecue Judge, the claim begs to be fact-checked, with close examination of any evidence. The Washington Post applied ...

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