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Tip Lacked Detail for ‘Reasonable Suspicion’ (access required)

A police officer did not have reasonable suspicion to block defendant’s car in the parking lot of a convenience store after receiving a tip about a drunken driver and the Roanoke City Circuit Court grants defendant’s motion to suppress. No ...

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Plaintiff Can Access Police Investigation Records (access required)

In a plaintiff’s suit involving a charge that he failed to make a right-hand turn signal, the Richmond Circuit Court will resolve a discovery dispute by allowing plaintiff discovery of an internal affairs investigation through documents provided by defendant for ...

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No Venue Change for Subcontractor’s Fraud Claim (access required)

In this suit by a subcontractor hired by defendant demolition company to remove epoxy coating from a concrete floor at Camp Peary, Va., the Norfolk Circuit Court says venue is permissible in Norfolk as to plaintiff’s fraud claim and defendant’s ...

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