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Dear Editor: I find it curious that in the October 22nd edition of The West Virginia Record that you found it news worthy to print that Larry Starcher was at the “Roots and Branches” symposium in Huntington pretending to be … Read More
There is little that is factual in Sen. Vic Sprouse’s recent diatribe against a jury verdict that found in favor of a man who lost his leg after being run over by an 18-wheel, semi-truck in a Go-Mart parking lot.
CHARLESTON — The last two weeks have been a busy time of travel for me. I’ve met with company officials and business leaders in New York City, and in Quebec and Ontario, Canada. Read More
Jim Casey is supposed to be the West Virginia trial lawyers’ lobbyist, not its caricature. Read More
CHARLESTON — Before deer season we could well know the new state slogan for West Virginia.
Dear Editor: I want to thank you for your fair and balanced articles of false accusation of domestic violence. The problems that you reported when someone accuses another of domestic violence finally leads to unfair treatment of the falsely accused. … Read More
Dear Editor: It is a breath of fresh air to see an honest newspaper that reports honestly to its citizens what goes on in their judicial system. Your position and goal: “to cover West Virginia’s legal system in a way … Read More
West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Larry Starcher has, for a second time, refused to recuse himself from the case of Colgan Air. Read More
Dear Editor, It is both surprising and disappointing that the editors of The West Virginia Record printed Vic Sprouse’s Sept. 18 attack against former Supreme Court of Appeals Justice Margaret Workman. Mr. Sprouse’s rant may have met whatever level of … Read More
By VIC SPROUSE CHARLESTON — If you are a West Virginia business – LOOK OUT! Because the lottery judicial system we have is just around the corner barrelling toward you. Did anyone see this absolutely stunning jury verdict laid down … Read More
There’s disrespectful, then there’s Fran Hughes, the government lawyer-turned-West Virginia’s self-appointed Scarecrow-in-Chief. Read More
CHARLESTON — Margaret Workman responded to my column last week (that was picked up by The West Virginia Record) and I don’t normally respond to a response, but I thought I’d give it one more try.
CHARLESTON — As the United States continues to fight wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, we must remember our brave young men and women in uniform.