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Man who shot cop "using" car (access required)

A deputy sheriff shot by a motorist he stopped can claim uninsured motorist coverage for his injuries, a Fairfax circuit judge has ruled. The case expands a 1993 Richmond city circuit ruling that had allowed coverage for injuries from a ...

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Surprise! Public happy with courts (access required)

While lawyers in general may have public image problems, the court system, at least in Virginia, enjoys a relatively high regard, according to a series of surveys conducted by the Virginia Supreme Court. In phone surveys, three out of five ...

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Trial lawyers install officers for 1994-95 (access required)

Arlington attorney John P. Ellis was installed as president of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association at its annual meeting April 9 in Williamsburg. Richmond attorney Thomas W. Williamson Jr. was named president-elect. Ellis earned his undergraduate degree from Allegheny College ...

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