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Judge accepts insanity plea in ‘werewolf’ slaying

ALEXANDRIA (AP) A New Jersey man will be committed to a state hospital after he was found not guilty by reason of insanity for a Northern Virginia slaying in which he said he thought his victim was a werewolf. Earlier ...

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Trigiani completes 10 years as chair of state board (access required)

Alexandria lawyer Lucia Anna “Pia” Trigiani has concluded 10 years of service as chair of the Virginia Common Interest Community Board, a board appointed by the governor. The group is charged with licensing and certifying common interest community managers throughout ...

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Reader Rankings 2019 (access required)


Virginia Lawyers Weekly wants to hear from you, our readers, as to which businesses help your law firm the most in our annual Reader Rankings survey. From banking, to court reporting, to public relations, we want to know who your ...

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Va. Lawyers Hall of Fame Tickets (access required)

BACK TO VA LAWYERS HALL OF FAME VA LAWYERS HALL OF FAME TICKETS Tickets to this year’s reception and program are $85 per person Purchase a group pack of 10 tickets for $75 per person CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS

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Send us your million-dollar jury verdicts from 2018

Did you or your colleagues secure a jury verdict in a Virginia court during calendar year 2018 for $1 million or more? If so, Virginia Lawyers Weekly wants you to be among those counted in our annual compilation of Virginia’s ...

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018-4-007 – Hinty v. Horton (access required)

Hinton v. Horton, AP No. 18-07013, Aug. 21, 2018. WDVA Bankr. at Roanoke (Black). VLW No. 018-4-007, 8 pp. Download Full-Text Opinion

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Court upholds official’s corruption convictions

(AP) A federal appeals court has upheld the public corruption convictions of a former Norfolk treasurer and councilman who was sentenced to six years in prison for selling his votes to developers. Anthony Burfoot was convicted of wire fraud, extortion ...

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The 2018 VLW ADR Survey

On Aug. 27, Virginia Lawyers Weekly provided the results of the VLW 2018 Alternative Dispute Resolution Survey. This project provides information about ADR providers across Virginia. For a fee, participants had the opportunity to provide ba­sic information about their ADR businesses ...

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