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Experts Excluded for Delayed Disclosure (access required)

In this suit alleging defendant officials of the Virginia Department of Corrections have been deliberately indifferent to constitutionally deficient medical care provided by contractors at Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women, defendants have not justified their delayed disclosure of experts and ...

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Race ‘Predominated’ in Redrawn District (access required)

A majority of the three-judge panel reviewing Virginia’s last round of Congressional redistricting says the 3rd Congressional District cannot survive strict scrutiny review, as plaintiffs have demonstrated that race was the legislature’s predominant consideration in drawing the boundaries; the Richmond ...

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Firefighter Alleges Retaliation for Funding Complaint (access required)

In this suit by a volunteer firefighter who alleges he resigned his position as treasurer of the nonstock Fire Department corporation and was suspended as a member after he raised issues about lack of funding and inadequate resources, the Harrisonburg ...

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