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Daily Archives: January 30, 2008
Sometimes, government officials don’t think through the implications of their decisions.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court of Appeals has spent more than $160,000 on a federal court case Massey Energy brought against it over the way justices recuse themselves from cases.
CHARLESTON – While recusing himself from another case involving Massey Energy, state Supreme Court Chief Justice Spike Maynard also has provided documentation showing he paid for his trip to France in 2006.
CHARLESTON -– Mike Lacy, the West Virginia Supreme Court’s Director of Probation Services, is a featured guest this month on “Prevention WV,” a 30-minute interview-style television program broadcast on the West Virginia Library Commission’s Library Television network. Lacy is chairman … Read More