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Chesterfield judge upholds ‘fees’

Yet another general district judge has upheld Virginia’s new scheme of “civil remedial fees” for “abusive drivers.” This time, the venue is Chesterfield County. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports that Chesterfield General District Judge Philip V. Daffron has ruled that the ...

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No civil remedial fees ruling in Arlington

Northern Virginia will have to wait a while longer for a ruling on the constitutionality of the state’s civil remedial fees. Thaddeus Furlong, an attorney for a Centreveille man charged with reckless driving for traveling 75 mph in a 55 ...

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Priorities, priorities

Two judicial proceedings were conducted at the same time today. In one, a defendant pleaded guilty to a felony with a maximum punishment of five years, and the government will be asking for a fifth of that. In the other, ...

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Suit to block civil fees filed in Roanoke

Attorneys for an 81-year-old woman filed suit today in Roanoke County Circuit Court to block enforcement of Virginia’s civil remedial fees. The attorneys—John P. Fishwick Jr. and John E. Lichtenstein of Roanoke and Charles Van Hoback of Salem—contend that Virginia ...

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