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Tag Archives: Petersburg Circuit Court

Treasurer’s ordinance challenge goes forward (access required)

Where a city charter provides that the treasurer is the custodian of municipal funds, and the city council passed an ordinance giving that authority to the city’s tax collector instead, the court denies defendants’ demurrer to the treasurer’s complaint that ...

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Man suffered complications after hemorrhoid surgery – Defense Verdict (access required)

This medical malpractice trial involved complications arising from a hemorrhoidectomy procedure performed on a 53-year-old male resulting in anal stenosis and subsequent placement of a permanent colostomy. Plaintiff alleged that the defendant general surgeon negligently removed excess tissue during the ...

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City council member can contest zoning decision (access required)

Petitioner, a member of the Petersburg City Council, is an “officer of the locality” within the meaning of Code § 15.2-2311, and as such, has standing to challenge a decision made by respondent city’s zoning administrator regarding residential use of ...

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Man suffered neck and back injuries after rolling car hit him – $200,775 Verdict (access required)

On the evening of Sept. 23, 2014, Roo­sevelt Washington was on his way home from watching his son practice karate. On his way home, Washington stopped at a stop sign at the intersection of Fort Mahone Street and E. South ...

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Patient claimed lack of monitoring resulted in rape – Defense Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff filed a law­suit against defen­dant mental health hospital seeking over $30 million in dam­ages. She alleged that it had failed to pre­vent her alleged rape by another patient. She sued for violation of the Virginia Con­sumer Protection Act, general ...

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