The warrantless placement of a GPS tracking device under the bumper of a work van driven by a registered sex offender did not violate his Fourth Amendment rights, the Virginia Court of Appeals has ruled. In Foltz v. Commonwealth (VLW ...Read More »
As Virginia’s high court delivered its new set of rules on April 30, two judges from the Virginia Court of Appeals were fleshing out appellate rules with some practical pointers for lawyers. Speaking to family law practitioners from around the ...Read More »
Attorneys who practice before the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals better pay attention to the new Appellate Rules immediately. The new rules get right to the point: If the lawyer’s failure to comply leads to the “death penalty” ...Read More »
A disgruntled litigant who waged a seven-year public battle with the judge who ruled on his custody dispute has won reversal of his summary contempt conviction in an unpublished decision by the Virginia Court of Appeals. Fauquier County Circuit Judge ...
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