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EDVA: Party thwarting jurisdiction not “fraudulently joined” (access required)

Because the plaintiff stated a claim against the only defendant to share her citizenship – the substitute trustee that executed foreclosure on her home – the court lacked diversity jurisdiction, and remand to state court was required. Background Plaintiff Norma ...

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EDVA: Confinement was not contrary to sentencing order (access required)

A felon convicted in Richmond Circuit Court did not suffer cognizable violations of his constitutional rights when he was confined in jail, rather than by home electronic monitoring as he believed his sentence directed. Background Plaintiff Roy Black was convicted ...

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Lawyer gets prison for bankruptcy fraud (access required)

US Bankruptcy Court - Eastern District

A disbarred Richmond lawyer once accused of stripping assets from her own law office in advance of a visit by federal regulators was sentenced March 12 to a year in prison for bankruptcy fraud. Nnika E. White also was convicted ...

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Court lacks jurisdiction over suit against circuit judge (access required)

The district court lacked subject-matter jurisdiction to consider claims by Plaintiff Oscar Ozfidan (Husband) against both his ex-wife and Henrico Circuit Judge John Marshall, who presided over the couple’s state-court divorce proceedings. After Marshall entered the couple’s divorce, Husband moved ...

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Latex-Allergy Discrimination Claim Presents a Triable Issue (access required)

Plaintiff Delcie Farmer, a medical employee with a severe latex allergy, may proceed to trial on claims that Defendant HCA Health Services of Virginia subjected her to illegal discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Farmer had been employed ...

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Va. Common Law Robbery Is ‘Violent Crime’ (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court overrules defendant’s objection to the court’s calculation of defendant’s base offense level of 22 in sentencing him on his guilty plea to firearm possession by a convicted felon; defendant’s prior robbery conviction counts toward this ...

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