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Judges’ questions portend trouble for your appeal

Studies show what your gut already knows – when the appeals court judges are hammering you with questions, it’s a good bet they’re leaning toward ruling for your opponent. The New York Times reports on the validation of the question-count ...

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Judges’ questions portend trouble for your appeal

Studies show what your gut already knows – when the appeals court judges are hammering you with questions, it’s a good bet they’re leaning toward ruling for your opponent. The New York Times reports on the validation of the question-count ...

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JMU athletic cuts will stand

The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to consider a halt to JMU’s plan to make certain cuts in its athletic programs. The high court on Monday refused to consider a request from Equity in Athletics, Inc., to immediately stop James ...

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Roanoke attorneys get high court win

The U.S. Supreme Court summarily overturned an embezzlement conviction for a client of Roanoke attorneys Tony Anderson and Melissa Friedman. Anderson and Friedman’s client, former Burruss Co. President John Jackson, was charged with embezzling from an employee pension fund when ...

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