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Va. Beach student merits private placement, fees (access required)

The court upheld an administrative decision finding that Virginia Beach city schools had failed to provide appropriate education to a special-needs child for multiple years and, accordingly, her family was entitled to reimbursement for private placement as well as attorney ...

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Decedent’s husband not a “slayer,” should get benefits (access required)

Nearly two years after his wife’s death, Defendant Can Chau Nguyen could not be considered a “slayer” and was entitled to her life-insurance benefits, whether or not county sheriffs had officially “ruled him out” as a suspect in her death. ...

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