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Reponses ‘Deemed Admitted’ in Discovery Dispute (access required)

A Richmond Circuit Court says certain allegations will be “deemed admitted” under Rules of Court because defendant’s discovery responses stated an attached exhibit of medical record “speaks for itself.” In this medical malpractice case, plaintiff’s complaint references 20 attached exhibits ...

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Parent Has Standing to Challenge Plan (access required)

A Loudoun County Circuit Court upholds defendant school board’s redistricting decision against a challenge by parents unhappy with the change required by the revised attendance zones. While the court acknowledges its awareness that petitioner has obtained a hardship exemption for ...

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School Board’s Redistricting Plan Upheld (access required)

Parents of elementary school students lose their challenge to respondent school board’s redistricting decision contending the board exceeded its authority, acted arbitrarily and abused its discretion in adopting new school attendance zones; the Loudoun County Circuit Court dismisses the parents’ ...

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No Brady Hearing on Planned Civil Suit (access required)

A Charlottesville Circuit Court denies defendant George Huguely V’s motion for an evidentiary hearing on his claim that the commonwealth violated Brady v. Maryland by withholding information about plans by the family of the victim, Huguely’s fellow UVa student and ...

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