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CHARLESTON – Richard Poore, who faced life in prison without mercy on a charge of murdering his three-month-old son, has won a new trial or full freedom.
CHARLESTON – State Supreme Court Justices who reversed criminal convictions of Betty Jarvis and Wanda Carney won’t let them sue state troopers who investigated them.
CHARLESTON – Until it has heard from Mason County commissioners, the state Supreme Court has deferred rendering a decision on compelling the state Parkways Authority to move forward with proposed tolls on U.S. 35. Among the last items on its … Read More
CHARLESTON – Chief Justice Robin Davis has recused herself from hearing the case regarding a special gubernatorial election.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals on Thursday remanded to a lower court the case of alleged grave desecration by a company working to relocate a gas pipeline.
CHARLESTON – Three people have been recommended to fill a circuit court judge vacancy in Doddridge, Pleasants and Ritchie counties.
CHARLESTON — An activist group has asked the state Supreme Court to decide if a special gubernatorial election is needed.
CHARLESTON –- West Virginia’s Supreme Court of Appeals interrupted a class action against AT&T Mobility so Brooke Circuit Judge Ronald Wilson can think twice about his jurisdiction. On Oct. 28, all five Justices directed Wilson to review AT&T’s motion for … Read More
CHARLESTON – Kanawha Circuit Judge Tod Kaufman ignored evidence that miner William Coulson of Moundsville caused a fatal accident under the influence of an intoxicant, the Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals on Thursday found that a lower court erred in finding that communications from Janssen Pharmaceutica and its parent company Johnson & Johnson to state health care providers were false and misleading. … Read More
CHARLESTON –- Withholding records in a black lung case has resulted in disciplinary action against a Charleston attorney.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has found that a lower court erred in dismissing a case in which two Canadian residents died in a 2008 plane crash in Virginia, 20 miles from the West Virginia border.
CHARLESTON — A new video that guides parents through the child abuse and neglect court process will be shown at a press conference at 2 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 18, in the Supreme Court Chamber. Chief Justice Robin Jean Davis, … Read More
CHARLESTON — A North Carolina judge says West Virginia already has the makings of a good business court system.
CHARLESTON -– The State Law Library will host the monthly meeting of Kanawha Valley Relatives as Parents (KV-RAP) at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 13. The group’s mission is to share experiences and raise awareness of the dynamics of raising children … Read More