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Under scrutiny: Tough cases put police, prosecutors at odds (access required)


In most courthouses, there is a friendly and cooperative relationship between law enforcement officers and the prosecutors who put on their evidence in court. After all, the officers and the state’s lawyers share the common goal of bringing the bad ...

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Rear-ender aggravated disc degeneration, expert claimed – $156,250 Settlement (access required)

Plaintiff, a high-ranking U.S. government official in national security, was rear-ended on a highway. Defendant admitted fault at the scene, but denied liability throughout the first case until the morning of trial. When the trial judge precluded mention of all ...

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Court Won’t Enforce Optional Liquidated Damages (access required)

A liquidated damages provision in a real estate contract that would allow seller to keep buyer’s $50,000 deposit and seek additional remedies is unenforceable, a Fairfax Circuit Court holds. Seller and buyer entered into a real estate contract for a ...

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Fairfax court enforces money judgment obtained in Korea – $755,423 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff obtained a judgment in Korea in the Seoul Northern District Court against her sister. Defendant, a resident of Virginia, appealed the judgment to the Seoul High Court, which affirmed the decision of the Seoul Northern District Court. Five years ...

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