Stories tagged: "Virginia Courts"

A screenshot from the body cam of Windsor Police Officer Daniel Crocker, one of two men who face questions after video surfaced of a December traffic stop that went very badly.
Northam Orders State Investigation Into Windsor Traffic Stop

WINDSOR- In December, two Windsor police officers pulled guns on U.S. Army 2nd Lieutenant Caron Nazario during a traffic stop. And then things went bad.

Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Wednesday, April 7

RICHMOND-Lawmakers return for marijuana vote, Shentel announces layoffs and school districts offer different plans.

Virginia Beach Police Chief Paul Neudigate answered questions about the recent shootings at a special city council meeting Tuesday.
Virginia Beach Chief Provides Answers, Raises Questions About Shooting

VIRGINIA BEACH- It took 48 hours for Virginia Beach homicide detectives to interview the officer involved in the Donovan Lynch shooting. That wasn't by choice.

Augusta Supervisors Vote to Raise Taxes
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Saturday, March 27

RICHMOND-A lawsuit against the state gets tossed, Augusta raises taxes, unemployment drops and a new clinic goes up.

Joshua Macias and Antonio LaMotta
Antonio LaMotta, Joshua Macias Ask Judge to Drop Charges

PHILADELPHIA-Joshua Macias and Antonio LaMotta didn’t actually do anything on Nov. 5, their attorneys said. Speaking during a virtual court hearing Thursday, the attorneys argued Philadelphia officials should drop all charges against their clients.

State Investigator Files Lawsuit Over Parole Board Case

RICHMOND — An employee of Virginia’s government watchdog agency filed a lawsuit Monday seeking whistleblower status.

Virginia’s Equal Rights Lawsuit Shot Down by Federal Court

WASHINGTON D.C.- In January 2020, Virginia became the 38th state to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment.