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Former city registrar’s ADA claims dismissed (access required)

Although the former registrar for the City of Hopewell alleged it did not  reasonably accommodate her “known physical impairments,” her claims for disability discrimination, failure to accommodate and retaliation under the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, were dismissed because ...

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Plaintiff’s false imprisonment case fails on numerous grounds (access required)

Where the charges against the plaintiff, who maintained his innocence in a missing person’s case, were ultimately dropped after he was arrested, extradited from Virginia to North Carolina and held in jail, his suit against various officials and entities for ...

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Second discrim suit survives motion to dismiss (access required)

Although the Virginia Department of Health argued a second failure-to-accommodate suit by an employee with cerebral palsy was barred by a prior release and settlement, or because the proposed accommodation was unreasonable, these arguments were rejected at the motion to ...

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Errors in search warrant affidavit were not intentional (access required)

Where a police officer might have been negligent in not reviewing certain records before submitting an affidavit in support of a search warrant, because there was no evidence the error was knowing or intentional and because the affidavit was otherwise ...

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