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Daily Archives: April 9, 2009
CHARLESTON – A civil suit filed in Kanawha magistrate court over an allegedly stolen dog has been moved to circuit court. Candice Dotson of Charleston originally sued Tim Williams of Scarbro in magistrate court in November. Dotson claimed that Williams … Read More
CHARLESTON – Employers can spy on workers with suspicious injury claims but employers who fire those workers should prepare to pay a million dollars, according to a March 27 decision from the state Supreme Court of Appeals.
MARTINSBURG – A Falling Waters man says a concrete-mixer truck driver was negligent after he was knocked off a wall by the chute on the truck. Michael E. Markley Jr. filed a lawsuit March 13 in Berkeley Circuit Court against … Read More
CHARLESTON – An Alum Creek couple is suing a Boone County used car dealer, saying they were fooled into buying a lemon of a van. Anthony and Rachel Adkins filed a lawsuit March 24 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Jody … Read More
We often have a low opinion, and therefore only a modest expectation, of our politicians, but what happens when the politicians are judges or judicial candidates?
CHARLESTON – Turning a Berkeley County farm into an organic farming community lifted the value of an acre from $128 to $192,000, and the county gets to keep two years of the boost in property taxes. On March 31, the … Read More
CHARLESTON — In previous columns I have described factors that influence jurors. These factors have included group dynamics whereby people influence each other and individual lifestyle and values that affect juror opinions.
CHARLESTON — Kurt E. Entsminger has joined the law firm of Flaherty, Sensabaugh & Bonasso as Of Counsel in the firm’s Charleston office.