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When a plaintiff’s lawyer gets a call on a nursing home case, she may hear a tragic tale. The real story may be buried in the paperwork that tracks the routine daily care provided to a nursing home resident. With ...

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Prosecutor facing discipline action

The Virginia State Bar is pursuing ethics charges against a prosecutor and her former assistant who are accused of coaching a witness in a 1997 death penalty case. The decision to refer the matter to VSB’s disciplinary board could quiet ...

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State drywall panel formed

Virginia officials are forming a state task force to advise the federal government what to do about defective Chinese drywall that has sickened residents and ruined homes in the Tidewater area. The announcement comes today from Virginia Secretary of Commerce ...

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Brinkema to discuss terror trials

As debate rages over how and where to try accused terror mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, a Virginia federal judge with terror trial experience will address the management of high visibility cases this month at Washington & Lee University. U.S. District ...

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