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Justin Hunter’s attorney confident case will “end well”

Titans wide receiver Justin Hunter faces a felonious assault charge in Virginia after a July fight that prosecutors say Hunter touched off by punching a man in the face at a bar. Hunter’s alleged victim was left with a broken jaw and a cracked tooth, but Hunter’s attorney Toby Vick says that there are witnesses willing…

VIVA trial update: "Expert" unfamiliar with VRA

6 days agoUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

Context is important: In his cross-examination, Plaintiff's attorney Dale Ho pointed out that eight states — Alabama, Michigan, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia — do not have pre-registration of 16-and-17-year-olds, same-day registration or early voting and prohibit counting out-of-precinct ballots. Show More Summary

Virginia Republican Party Chair Demands Gov Terry McAuliffe Investigate Planned Parenthood

In Virginia, Republican Chairman John Whitbeck is urging pro-abortion Governor Terry McAuliffe and Attorney General Mark Herring to investigate the state’s Planned Parenthood abortion facilities in light of the three videos showing their executives negotiating the sale of fetal body parts collected from abortions. Show More Summary

Ken Cuccinelli On ‘Black Lives Matter': Adding ‘T-O-O’ To Slogan ‘Makes Sense’

Former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli made headlines on Sunday during a heated panel discussion which focused on the “Black Lives Matter” slogan. The panel discussion, which aired on CNN, placed Cuccinelli alongside Bakari Sellers, a former South Carolina representative. Show More Summary

'We're Saying Stop Killing Us': CNN Guest Schools Ken Cuccinelli On 'Black Lives Matter'

Former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) argued on Sunday that many Americans objected to the "Black Lives Matter" movement because it suggested that the lives of black people mattered more than whites and other races. CNN...Show More Summary

Ken Cuccinelli Says 'Black Lives Matter' Insults White People

A panel discussion on CNN got heated Sunday when former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) argued that "Black Lives Matter" is a poor message because it makes white people feel less valued. After former South Carolina Rep.Show More Summary

WATCH: Ken Cuccinelli smacked down on CNN for suggesting ‘Black Lives Matter’ is insult to white people

last weekNews : The Raw Story

Former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) argued on Sunday that many Americans objected to the “Black Lives Matter” movement because it suggested that the lives of black people mattered more than whites and other races. CNN political contributor Bakari Sellers explained during...

Restraining the IRS | 90 Seconds

Attorneys general from 14 states are calling on Congress to protect non-profit organizations from the IRS. Allen Whitt, executive director of the Family Policy Council of West Virginia, explains why that’s necessary.

Sudden Sweet Briar Closure Leaves Library in Limbo

(Editor’s Note: Virginia’s attorney general announced June 20 that Sweet Briar College will remain open for the 2015–16 academic year. The alumnae group Saving Sweet Briar has pledged to raise $12 million toward operating costs, and the college will release restrictions on $16 million in endowments. Show More Summary

Virginia Judge Approves Deal to Keep Sweet Briar College Open

last monthNews : NYTimes: News

A settlement brokered by Virginia’s attorney general will allow the school to remain open for at least another academic year with new leadership and $12 million from an alumnae group.

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: Sweet Briar College Rescue Announced By Virginia Attorney General….

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: Sweet Briar College Rescue Announced By Virginia Attorney General.

Sweet Briar College To Stay Open Thanks To Virginia AG

With 100 years of providing liberal arts education to women around the country under their belts, Sweet Briar College needed prayers and an agreement to remain open next year. With the help of the Virginia Attorney General, plenty of outside support, and the Saving Sweet Briar movement, the university received both. Show More Summary

Sweet Briar College Rescue Announced By Virginia Attorney General

last monthNews : Huffington Post

SWEET BRIAR, Va. (AP) — Virginia's attorney general announced a mediated settlement Saturday to keep open Sweet Briar College, using $12 million raised by fiercely determined alumnae to keep the women's college afloat in the upcoming...Show More Summary

Agreement reached to keep Sweet Briar open; needs court approval

The Virginia Attorney General announced Saturday night that an agreement has been reached to keep Sweet Briar College open next year. The agreement, which must be approved by a Bedford County, Va., circuit court judge, involves a $12...Show More Summary

U.S. judge calls case of Russian who joined Taliban a 'new frontier'

RICHMOND, Va. (Reuters) - A federal judge in Virginia in the case of a former Russian army officer accused of fighting with the Taliban in Afghanistan asked attorneys in the case on Thursday to focus on whether as a war combatant he was protected from criminal prosecution.

Experts spar in Virginia court over status of accused Russian fighter for Taliban

2 months agoNews : The Newsroom

Attorneys for a former Russian army officer charged with terrorism and conspiracy for his role in a Taliban attack on U.S. forces in Afghanistan argued in federal court in Virginia on Wednesday that the case should be dismissed because he was a war combatant. Show More Summary

Virginia Liquor Agents Were Justified In Bloody Arrest Of UVA Student, Prosecutor Says

The bloody arrest of a black University of Virginia student in March by state liquor agents was justified and violated no laws, the top prosecutor in Charlottesville said Wednesday. Commonwealth's Attorney Dave Chapman declared at aShow More Summary

15-year-old girl sues to force Virginia school district to let her use boys’ bathroom

An Alliance Defending Freedom attorney says the school district is under no legal obligation to provide her such accommodations.

Charges Dropped Against Martese Johnson, UVA Student Bloodied During Arrest By Alcohol Agents

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A prosecutor is dropping charges against a University of Virginia student whose bloody arrest sparked a public uproar and a state police investigation. Charlottesville Commonwealth's Attorney David Chapman said Thursday...Show More Summary

“Kentucky race for governor gets started with a secret debate in Virginia

Sam Youngman: When Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway announced this week a series of debates and forums between himself and Republican gubernatorial nominee Matt Bevin, neither he nor Bevin mentioned that they’ve already faced off behind closed doors. Conway, the … Continue reading ?

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