The Virginia attorney general also rejected Republicans’ request to accelerate the case
Daily Press: The Democrats behind a lawsuit challenging Virginia’s voter ID law will appeal last week’s loss in district court to the U.S. Court of Appeals, the lead attorney said Thursday. The group filed its notice of appeal Wednesday, and … Continue reading ?
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Democrats in Virginia will appeal a court decision to uphold the state’s voter ID law. The Daily Press (http://bit.ly/1WptNRN) reports that the group filed a notice of appeal Wednesday. Attorney Marc Elias says the group will ask for an expedited review by the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals. State Democrats had […]
AP: Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Wednesday that federal investigators looking at donations to his 2013 campaign have told his attorney there’s no indication he did anything wrong. The governor said on a WTOP radio program that his attorney reached … Continue reading ?
Republican attorneys general from Texas, Oklahoma, and West Virginia sent a letter to Obama administration officials Tuesday seeking clarification on just what exactly they have to do in order to comply with the administration’s guidance on allowing transgender students to use the proper bathrooms. Show More Summary
Getting hitched: former Virginia Del. Joe Morrissey and his fiancee, Myrna Warren, at his farm outside Richmond on the James River on June 11. The couple’s path to the altar has hardly been scattered with rose petals. The attorney and onetime lawmaker, 58, was convicted in 2014 of a misdemeanor charge of contributing to the delinquency of […]
Attorneys for Don Blankenship mounted a last-minute effort to keep the disgraced West Virginia coal boss out of prison, just two days before he was scheduled to report for his first day behind bars. Blankenship’s lawyers filed an emergency...Show More Summary
In an advisory opinion issued yesterday, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring affirmed that the commonwealth’s existing non-discrimination protections on the basis of sex are correctly interpreted to include discrimination on the bases of sexual orientation and gender identity. Show More Summary
Mark Herring (D) said courts “would likely” rule LGBT discrimination illegal under state law.
Over the weekend, ex-Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli announced that he would not run for governor next year. Cuccinelli’s decision undoubtedly comes as a big relief to GOP strategists. Cuccinelli was Team Red’s 2013 nominee,...Show More Summary
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A Virginia prosecutor has decided not to bring charges against officers who used stun guns repeatedly on a black man before his 2013 death, the man's sister and her attorney said Monday.
The Brooklyn district attorney’s Conviction Review Unit uncovered a tale of legal malfeasance in the 1964 prosecution of Paul Gatling, 81, who now lives in Virginia.
The move by the former state attorney general helps Ed Gillespie and others preparing campaigns.
The vote for the governor’s proposal came one day after the attorney general’s approval.
Del. Dave A. LaRock is suing Attorney General Mark Herring over the seven-month delay in providing legal guidance.
As former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli of the Ted Cruz campaign appeared as a guest on Tuesday's At This Hour with Berman and Bolduan, CNN anchor John Berman was called out by his Republican guest for showing "bias" thatShow More Summary
On ABC’s “This Week,” former Virginia attorney general and gubernatorial candidate, and now delegate coordinator for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.), Ken Cuccinelli spoke up in defense of his party’s nominating system in this exchange: STEPHANOPOULOS: If you look at where this is going right now, it seems like even if Mr. Trump doesn’t get to 1,237, […]
A conversation with Cruz’s brand-new delegate guru For the last month, former Virginia attorney general and 2013 gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli has been overseeing Ted Cruz’s crack delegate operation, which has been routing Donald Trump’s team at every turn. Show More Summary
The woman who said she was gang-raped at a University of Virginia fraternity house and was the centerpiece of a now-retracted Rolling Stone article must answer attorneys' questions in a defamation lawsuit, a federal judge has ruled. The student identified as "Jackie" in the article has fiercely resisted attempts to...
The woman who said she was gang-raped at a University of Virginia fraternity house and was the centerpiece of a now-retracted Rolling Stone article must answer attorneys' questions in a defamation lawsuit, a federal judge ruled. The student identified as "Jackie" in the article has fiercely resisted...