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CHARLESTON – To the astonishment of the nation, a Missouri man took a mother’s son home and kept him there without anyone’s permission.
CHARLESTON – Relieving the fears of bankers across West Virginia, the state Supreme Court of Appeals refused to hold a bank accountable for embezzling that happened right under its nose.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia cannot collect sales taxes from businesses in other states but the state can collect income tax and franchise taxes from businesses in other states, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has decided.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to hear an appeal of an order involving the use of private counsel as Special Assistant Attorneys General.
CHARLESTON – Chief Justice Robin Davis of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals rapped the knuckles of Justices Larry Starcher and Joseph Albright for putting public libraries ahead of the constitution.
CHARLESTON – Three lawyers in Wheeling can see a 10-year statewide analysis of Allstate Insurance property damage claims, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals decided Nov. 30. The Justices unanimously directed Allstate to obey a discovery order that Ohio … Read More
CHARLESTON – Thomas Taylor escaped at last from somebody else’s class action in somebody else’s courthouse.
CHARLESTON – Logan Police Chief David White did not write a list of reasons why patrolman Mark Dickerson flunked probation. But when Dickerson took the case to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, he got a list from the … Read More
CHARLESTON – Land owners in highway condemnations can pry into appraisals of their neighbors in exceptional circumstances. But according to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, judges who allow the prying must explain the circumstances.