Trooper can’t sue state under military job protection law – Attorney Paul Beers

December 12, 2016

Written by Peter Vieth | A federal law designed to protect the civilian jobs of reservists and other military service members does not give Virginia state employees the right to sue over violations, the Supreme Court of Virginia says.

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Bedford County deputy involved in ‘glaring’ incident still on the force – Attorney Paul G. Beers

October 10, 2016

By Jeff Sturgeon | The night of Dec. 8, 2012, a sheriff’s investigator invited a female grand jury witness to meet for a drink in Montvale, a small community between Roanoke and Bedford.

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Virginia Supreme Court won’t rehear Confederate flag appeal – City of Danville represented by Jeremy Carroll

October 7, 2016

By John Crane | The Virginia Supreme Court announced Friday it will not rehear an appeal of a local judge’s decision — a ruling that will keep the Confederate flag off of the Sutherlin Mansion’s front lawn.

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