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Tattoo parlor protected by First Amendment
Posted by: Deborah Elkins on 2012-09-19
Citizens of the commonwealths capitol city may recall how they swelled with pride to learn last year that Richmond residents are among the most-tattooed folks in the country. A survey reported by MSNBC said Richmond, at number three the most surprising entry in a top-10 tattoos list of cities, averages about 14.5 tattoo shops per…
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Tattoo parlor protected by First Amendment
Posted by: Deborah Elkins on 2012-09-19
Citizens of the commonwealths capitol city may recall how they swelled with pride to learn last year that Richmond residents are among the most-tattooed folks in the country. A survey reported by MSNBC said Richmond, at number three the most surprising entry in a top-10 tattoos list of cities, averages about 14.5 tattoo shops per…
Tattoo you
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 2000-10-30
Here’s a blow for free expression, or at least for the ability to get one’s body inked up with art and the name of a girlfriend/boyfriend: Up in Boston, a judge has declared the state’s tattooing law to be unconstitutional. Not a law that says you can’t do it — it’s a statute that…
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Proposal would erase ban on tattoo shops in Suffolk
Posted by: News in Brief on 2008-06-23
SUFFOLKA ban on tattoo shops in Suffolk could be on its way out. The city in south Hampton Roads is the lone locality in the region that still bans tattoo businesses. A public hearing tomorrow will gauge public sentiment for an end to the ban. The City Council has the final say. Court rulings in…
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Navy town ends ban on tattoo parlors
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 2006-09-25
NORFOLK—In this Navy town, a half-century ban on tattoo parlors has ended. The Norfolk City Council approved an ordinance last Tuesday allowing tattoo parlors in limited areas of the city, home to the world’s largest naval base. The ordinance limits parlors to a few industrial zones and downtown. Courts have ruled that cities may…
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Tattoo parlor gets around Beach prohibition
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 2006-01-30
CHESAPEAKE—Planted in a median like a cheap croquet hoop, the temporary sign was nowhere near as colorful as some lining Greenbrier Parkway and other major Hampton Roads thoroughfares. But drivers tend to do a double take when a sign reads: “Tattoos Free Transportation.” The idea of a tattoo shuttle might sound like a lame…
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Criminal – Voluntariness Of Confession – Custodial Interrogation – Tattoo
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 1997-12-22
An officer who merely introduced himself to defendant as a detective from Virginia had not begun any “interrogation” and defendant’s statement, “I’ve never been in Virginia,” was voluntary and need not be suppressed. The court also denies defendant’s motion to suppress evidenced that he lifted his shirt and exposed a tattoo on his chest….
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High court bans tattoo parlor from Beach's Oceanfront
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 2002-04-29
VIRGINIA BEACH — The Supreme Court of Virginia has upheld the city’s right to keep a tattoo parlor from opening at the Oceanfront. The decision effectively ends a yearlong battle waged by J.D. Crowe, owner of Ancient Art Tattoo Studio, from duplicating his 20-year-old York County parlor on the resort strip. “I lost this…
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Employment – Noncompete Agreement- Lease – Tattoo Artist
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 1997-05-05
A noncompete agreement in a lease is enforced against a tattoo artist where the independent contractor subject to the agreement breached the noncompete while working for plaintiff owner of a tattoo studio. Defendant is estopped from asserting his voluntary resignation as a defense to the enforcement of the noncompetition covenant. The court finds that…
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Tattoo artist was ‘independent contractor’
Posted by: Deborah Elkins on 2010-05-25
Tattoos may have gone mainstream, but if you’ve seen “Miami Ink” or “LA Ink” on cable, you know that tattoo artists remain untamed. The Virginia Court of Appeals acknowledged as much today, when it said a tattoo artist was an “independent contractor,” not an “employee” of a Richmond tattoo parlor operated by Creative Designs Tattooing…
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