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March to the courthouse

Lawyers talk (and write) endlessly about what happens in the courthouses of the nation, but rare is the case where the populace at large takes much interest.  In two recent cases, however, scores of Virginians hit the streets, publicly protesting ...

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New obstacles for prosecutors?

A recent Virginia Supreme Court opinion reversing convictions of receiving stolen property for a Danville woman may have raised the bar for prosecutors on appeal. That’s the conclusion of Ken Lammers, a deputy commonwealth’s attorney in Wise County.  On his ...

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Miranda lives

The right to counsel established by Miranda v. Arizona has been undercut by more recent rulings that invocation of the right must be clear, unambiguous and unequivocal. Because a certain amount of ambiguity and equivocation, not to mention muddy thinking, ...

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Miranda lives

The right to counsel established by Miranda v. Arizona has been undercut by more recent rulings that invocation of the right must be clear, unambiguous and unequivocal. Because a certain amount of ambiguity and equivocation, not to mention muddy thinking, ...

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