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CHARLESTON -– The LAWS program that had been scheduled for March 30 in Moundsville has been cancelled due to the high number of school days missed this year because of snow in the Northern Panhandle, Supreme Court Chief Justice Robin Jean Davis said Wednesday.
CHARLESTON – The state House Judiciary Committee has advanced plans to create business courts in the state.
CHARLESTON – Regular folks can’t listen to tape recordings from closed meetings of elected officials, but a fact finder in a job discrimination case can listen, according to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals.
CHARLESTON — A statewide judicial reform group is criticizing state Supreme Court Justice Menis Ketchum for switching gears on the need for an intermediate appellate court.
CHARLESTON – Ten years after Perry Davidson neglected to mention two days of work when applying for unemployment compensation, he must repay $1,962 in benefits. The Supreme Court of Appeals stuck him with the bill on Jan. 29, rewarding the … Read More
CHARLESTON — He was in favor of an intermediate appellate court system on the campaign trail, but State Supreme Court Justice Menis Ketchum now has a different opinion. Read More
CHARLESTON – In less than three weeks after hearing them, the state Supreme Court issued its rulings in two attorney discipline cases. The Court on Jan. 29 issued its opinions in the cases of Kenneth E. Chittum and Jeffrey L. … Read More
CHARLESTON -– A committee of circuit clerks established by the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia will hold a meeting at 9 a.m. Feb. 16 at the Charleston Marriott to discuss potential ways to modernize the storage of court … Read More
CHARLESTON – Groups are reacting to West Virginia Supreme Court Chief Justice Robin Davis’ recently commenting that the state has no need for an intermediate appellate court.
CHARLESTON – Though agreeing there’s a perceived problem in the way the state Supreme Court handles appeals, the Court’s chief justice said the solution in fixing it is not with an intermediate appellate court.