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.
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.
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.