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Lawyers’ runner gets two years in prison

A 20-year career connecting accident victims to lawyers, which included helping fabricate and exaggerate claims, has ended with a 26-month prison sentence for a Maryland man. Kenny Williams was sentenced Friday by U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis for his role ...

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Court Rejects ‘Project Exile’ Selective Prosecution Claim (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court denies a defendant’s motion to dismiss burglary and firearm charges on the basis of alleged selective prosecution of him under the “Project Exile” program because he is African-American. Defendant claims the U.S. Attorney’s Office selected ...

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Twitter notice for writ panels (access required)

You won’t find those Facebook and Twitter symbols on the Supreme Court of Virginia’s homepage that could be used to remind you of such events as the court’s writ panel sessions. Because the dockets are in flux until the last ...

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