Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Odds and ends

The Norfolk paper reports here on Senator Stolle's efforts to get some new judgeships for Chesapeake and Virginia Beach.

The Roanoke paper reports here on a Virginia Supreme Court ruling from last Friday, reinstating a $200,000 jury verdict involving the death of a toddler in a swimming pool.

The Daily Progress reports here on the case of the parents who were nabbed for giving alcohol to minors when the police officer figured out what was going on when he came up their driveway.

The Fredericksburg paper reports here on bar endorsements of two juvenile court judges for circuit court judgeships.

The Culpeper paper reports here on the town's settlement with a contractor, who "will never work here again," as if they'd want to.

This page
from WDBJ says that court documents show the former priest accused of embezzling was married and living a double life. (Subsequent articles say the former priest denies that he was married.)

This Daily Progress article profiles the Williams Mullen lawyer who is the honorary Canadian consul in Richmond.

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