Tag Archives: Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli

McCullough takes seat on high court (access required)

McCullough FEA

Justice Stephen R. McCullough was invested as the 106th member of the Supreme Court of Virginia on May 23, at a ceremony featuring his family, his colleagues from the Court of Appeals and past co-workers at the Virginia Attorney General’s ...

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Cuccinelli forms gun rights law firm

Former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has joined three partners to launch “Virginia Self Defense Law.” The Goochland-based firm, which focuses on defending Second Amendment rights, advertises a retainer fee starting at $8.33 a month. The Washington Post reports that ...

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Judge approves plea deal in chef case

Richmond Circuit Judge Margaret P. Spencer has accepted a plea agreement calling for restitution but no jail time for the former executive chef at the governor’s mansion. Todd Schneider was charged with embezzling food and supplies from the governor’s mansion, ...

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Va. inspector general probes AG office actions

BRISTOL (AP) — Virginia’s inspector general is investigating whether one of Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli’s assistants improperly offered legal advice to two energy companies, including a subsidiary of a corporation that has donated more than $100,000 to Cuccinelli’s gubernatorial campaign. ...

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Prosecutor finds no foul by Va AG for late reports

(AP) A Richmond prosecutor has cleared Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli of criminal wrongdoing for failing to promptly report thousands of dollars in personal gifts he had received years earlier, including a vacation and a catered Thanksgiving dinner. Richmond Commonwealth’s Attorney ...

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Tax suit raises conflict questions for Cuccinelli

(AP) — A lawsuit against the state of Virginia by a nutritional supplement maker whose stock comprises Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli’s total investment portfolio is raising questions about the Republican’s potential conflicts of interest. Henrico-based Star Scientific Inc. sued Virginia’s ...

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