A dispute over public access to evidence in a criminal file must be resolved by the Supreme Court of Virginia, a Court of Appeals panel decided in a split decision. A newspaper reporter is challenging the decision of a Newport ...Read More »
Three lawyers in Virginia have been tapped as Fellows of the American College of Trial Lawyers. According to Charlottesville lawyer Thomas E. Albro, Virginia state chair, the college recently inducted these individuals: Claire Cardwell, Richmond William E. Glover, Fredericksburg John ...Read More »
The Virginia Association of Women Judges recently awarded its annual $500 scholarship to Dildora Rakhmatullaeva, a graduating high school senior who wrote an essay about the benefits of women’s full participation in the legislative and judicial branches of government. For ...
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NORFOLK — Virginia Supreme Court Chief Justice Cynthia D. Kinser shone a light on court staff in her 2012 State of the Judiciary address delivered May 15 in Norfolk. The chief justice opened Virginia’s annual Judicial Conference with a summation ...Read More »
Vineyard owners in Fauquier County can let the libations flow freely again, in the wake of a Virginia Supreme Court order that reinstated their win in a suit filed by a homeowners’ association. The high court said May 11 in ...Read More »
Pounds added up in a good way in the 2012 Legal Food Frenzy competition, which concluded with yesterday’s announcement by Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli of this year’s winners of the annual contest. The latest Food Frenzy raised 1.4 million pounds ...Read More »