Written by Peter Vieth | Stung by a federal judge’s finding of prosecutorial misconduct, government lawyers say they do not plan to put an alleged pill pusher on trial a second time.
Written by Jeff Sturgeon | A Bedford County man whose drug conviction and prison term were overturned because of prosecutorial misconduct will go free.
Written by Peter Vieth | Judge orders prosecutor removed for new trial – Virginia Lawyers Weekly
Written by John Crane | Confederate flag supporters were dealt a blow by the Virginia Supreme Court on Monday.
Written by Peter Vieth | Feds back police officer in military job protection appeal | Virginia Lawyers Weekly
Written by Virginia Lawyers Weekly | This case involved two collisions, seconds apart, caused by two commercial vehicles.
Written by Neil Harvey | Two women have sued Wendy’s of Western Virginia Inc. for $1.4 million, claiming they were sexually assaulted on multiple occasions while they worked at the fast food restaurant’s location on West Main Street in Salem.
Written by Peter Vieth | The Supreme Court of Virginia will consider whether a federal law designed to protect civilian jobs for part-time military service members applies to state employees.
Written by Deborah Elkins | A former employee who claimed she was fired after requesting medical leave for psychological distress has won double damages under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act.
Paul Beers and Emma Kozlowski, attorneys for the plaintiff in a personal injury suit, reach a $625,000 settlement in a case in which liability was contested.