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Law firm records subpoena quashed (access required)

A lawyer ordered to produce documents to bar disciplinary officials managed to whittle down their demand from several years’ worth of records to a single receipt. The receipt, which Wise County lawyer R. Stuart Collins was ordered to produce within ...

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Lawyer disbarred over $450K diversion (access required)

A lawyer formerly with the firm of Marks & Harrison has surrendered her license to practice law after she acknowledged that she misappropriated $450,000 that should have gone to the firm. According to Virginia State Bar documents, Kyle Cornelia Leftwich ...

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Attorney apologizes to Supreme Court (access required)

Update: 09/16/2010, 4:36 p.m. It was enough. Barely three hours after Crane appeared before the Supreme Court, it issued the following order: “Upon consideration of the apology proffered by William A. Crane, the Rule to Show Cause is dismissed.” An ...

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Lawyer apologizes for “no guts” remark (access required)

Update 09/15/2010, 9:35 a.m. William Crane will appear before the Supreme Court of Virginia at the end of its docket Thursday rather than this afternoon as originally scheduled. Crane is attending a funeral at Arlington National Cemetery today. The Supreme ...

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