The Supreme Court of Virginia has rejected an appeal by a Christiansburg developer who was shut out in his lawsuit against a critical blogger. The blogger had mocked the appearance of construction materials stored on developer Roger Woody’s property. Woody ...Read More »
Some doctors are raising eyebrows by trying to control what patients say about them in online rating services. The rapidly growing Internet rating services are themselves eye-opening. They offer a unique forum for people to talk – with no reservations ...Read More »
The Intoxilyzer 5000, the widely used but aging breath alcohol sensing machine being phased out by Virginia authorities, is still drawing fire from DUI defense lawyers, including the attorney for a congressman fighting a drunken driving charge in Alexandria. Despite ...Read More »
The administrative office of the Virginia court system is subject to the state’s Freedom of Information Act, according to a recent opinion from an open government advisory panel. The opinion from the Freedom of Information Advisory Council indicated that the ...Read More »
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Frank Santoro today turned thumbs down on Michael Vick’s initial plan for paying back debtors with a revived career in pro football. The Virginian-Pilot reports Santoro rejected the plan because there was no guarantee Vick’s football career ...Read More »
Defense attorneys are finding fertile ground for cross examination in a Campbell County death penalty case. A medical examiner testified at a pretrial hearing yesterday that her signature was forged on the victim’s death certificate submitted to the Health Department. ...
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