Stories tagged: "Virginia Courts"


Case Goes To Court
Virginia Man, Two Other Militia Members Charged With Plotting Capitol Breach

WASHINGTON D.C.-Federal authorities presented new details on Tuesday about three self-described members of a paramilitary group.

U.S. Capitol Police hold protesters at gun-point near the House Chamber inside the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
Two Virginia Residents Face Federal Charges in DC Riot

WASHINGTON DC-Federal officials charged 13 people this week in connection with Wednesday’s attack on the Capitol building.

Mandatory Minimum Sentencing May Disappear
Crime Commission Recommends Ending Mandatory Minimum Sentencing in Virginia

RICHMOND-Sometimes the punishment doesn’t fit the crime.

Legal assistance could have a positive impact on health.
Does Virginia Need Mandatory Minimums? Residents, Lawmakers Say No

RICHMOND-Do mandatory minimum sentences actually help or hurt?

Case Goes To Court
Virginia Educator Sues School Board Over Pay Disparity

ROANOKE — An educator in Roanoke County filed a federal lawsuit this week against the school board.

Sen. Mark Warner, left, D-Va., and his Republican challenger, Daniel Gade, right, go head to head over issues of racial inequalities during the U.S. Senatorial debate at Norfolk State University, Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020, in Norfolk, Va. (Stephen M. Katz/The Virginian-Pilot via AP)
Virginia Judge Sues Daniel Gade Over Debate Claims

RICHMOND — A judge in Virginia has filed a defamation suit against former Republican U.S. Senate candidate Daniel Gade.

Virginia Supreme Court Asked to Dismiss Confederate Injunction

RICHMOND-Mark Herring wants to tear down Richmond’s Robert E. Lee monument.