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Courts affected by storm

Sandy has put a crimp in Virginia’s Judicial System. The  administrative offices of the Supreme Court of Virginia are closed today, “due to inclement weather.” Virginia State Bar offices also are closed. However, the Virginia State Bar Admission Ceremony will ...

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Courts affected by storm

Sandy has put a crimp in Virginia’s Judicial System. The  administrative offices of the Supreme Court of Virginia are closed today, “due to inclement weather.” Virginia State Bar offices also are closed. However, the Virginia State Bar Admission Ceremony will ...

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Bank facing sanctions for delays in foreclosure case (access required)

Lawyers for a struggling Rockingham County homeowner are asking a judge to get tough with Bank of America N.A. for dragging its feet on payment after settling a foreclosure lawsuit. A U.S. magistrate judge entered a sanctions show-cause requiring BoA ...

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Defendant admitted fault in note to recovering plaintiff – $1,250,000 Settlement (access required)

The 75-year-old plaintiff was struck from behind at a high rate of speed by a full size pick-up truck after he slowed for backed up traffic on Route 33 in Hanover County. The defendant, a young college student from Colorado, ...

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Lawyer with felony never was revoked (access required)

A Fairfax County attorney who thought her law license was revoked after a 2007 federal felony conviction got a surprise earlier this year when she sought reinstatement. She was still in good standing. Her license never was impacted by the conviction, even though she promptly self-reported to the Virginia State Bar.

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