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CHARLESTON – Folks in Huntington cannot decide if firefighter Michael Giannini should lose his job for getting busted near a crack house, so the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals must decide. The Justices will hear arguments Oct. 3 for … Read More
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court of Appeals will hear arguments from the ex-wife of a prominent Charleston marketing and public relations executive as she makes a case for more alimony. Martha Ryan, the ex-wife of Charles Ryan, will appeal … Read More
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court recently decided not to hear Massey Energy’s appeal in a lawsuit filed over the death of two miners. On Sept. 13, Supreme Court Justices voted 4-0, with Chief Justice Robin Davis abstaining, not to … Read More
Chief Justice Robin Davis
HUNTINGTON — A diverse crowd was on hand Tuesday at the Joan C. Edwards Playhouse to witness the West Virginia legal system up close and personal. Read More
CHARLESTON – Two times in less than a year after he was released early from prison on a kidnapping and torture conviction, a Charleston man was re-arrested for domestic violence-related crimes. Read More
CHARLESTON – The phrase “conflict of interest” seems to be haunting state Supreme Court Justice Larry V. Starcher.
CHARLESTON – In a state as oddly misshapen as West Virginia, with cross-state drives taking almost five hours, Department of Health and Human Resources spokesman John Law says geography can be an issue. An issue, the DHHR hopes, that can … Read More
CHARLESTON – A day after hearing arguments from both sides, the state Supreme Court on Thursday decided to suspend the law license of Charleston attorney Dante DiTrapano.
CHARLESTON – State Supreme Court Justice Larry Starcher had harsh words Wednesday for embattled Charleston attorney Dante DiTrapano.
HUNTINGTON -– Named after legendary United States Supreme Court Justice John Marshall, Marshall University celebrates the upcoming Constitution Week with a visit from the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals. As part of the many events recognizing Constitution Week, the … Read More
CHARLESTON – For 16 years no one believed that the United Mine Workers of America owned a $1 million trust at Blue Cross Blue Shield of West Virginia, but Justices of the Supreme Court of Appeals appeared to believe it. … Read More
CHARLESTON – Attorney Frank Venezia of Madison explained a confusing malpractice suit against attorney Kenneth Chittum of Bluefield to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, but he would rather not explain it to a jury. In oral arguments Sept. … Read More
CHARLESTON – A locomotive engineers union is asking the state Supreme Court to overturn a Kanawha Circuit Court judge’s contention that state lawmakers are immune from being fired from their private jobs because of taking time off to attend legislative … Read More
CHARLESTON – After attorney Kenneth Chittum of Bluefield negotiated $74,300 in insurance payouts for Samantha Sells over a motorcycle crash, Sells fired Chittum and sued him on a claim of legal malpractice. According to attorney Frank Venezia of Madison, Chittum … Read More