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CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals says “there was no basis for the trial court’s involvement” in the case of four South Charleston High School football players who were suspended following an on-the-field brawl last fall. Read More
CHARLESTON – Winners of a $629,000 judgment in a medical malpractice trial plead for more at the Supreme Court of Appeals, claiming a cap on their recovery violates the West Virginia Constitution. “Plainly, the West Virginia Legislature has no authority … Read More
CHARLESTON – A bill that would give judges in the state a pay raise is moving along in the state Legislature, but not without controversy and questions.
CHARLESTON – Owners of Fountain Place Cinema in Logan deserve $393,176 in tax credits over 10 years, the Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has decided a Wood County attorney’s misconduct warrants suspension not just for part of a year, but a full year. The Court on Feb. 11 ordered the suspension of Joseph P. Albright Jr.’s license … Read More
GRAFTON -– Mental Hygiene Commissioner Lloyd W. Spring III died Feb. 13 of a heart attack at Grafton City Hospital. He was 57. “Lloyd was a colleague and friend,” said Linda Richmond Artimez, Director of Mental Hygiene and Treatment Court … Read More
CHARLESTON – Former state Supreme Court Justice Spike Maynard and former state legislator Larry Faircloth abolished a tax on new homes in Berkeley County, but state and local regulators want the Supreme Court of Appeals to reinstate the tax.
CHARLESTON — Five names have been submitted to the governor’s office for a circuit judge position in Marion County. The five are Michael J. Aloi, Kristine A. Burdette, William T. Holmes, Kenneth R. Miller and Patrick N. Wilson. * Aloi … Read More
CHARLESTON – After a hiatus of two and a half years, a Charleston attorney suspended for computer hacking has been readmitted to the state Bar.
CHARLESTON – Morgan Circuit Judge John Yoder improperly denied waiver of filing fees in a civil suit, the Supreme Court of Appeals decided.
CHARLESTON – The Supreme Court of Appeals must decide whether McDowell County owes county commissioner Ray Bailey more than $45,000 in legal fees from an election dispute. On Feb. 9, the Justices will hear arguments on a petition from county … Read More
CHARLESTON -– More middle schools and high schools around West Virginia have scheduled mock trials as part of the Supreme Court’s West Virginia Law Adventure program, and some have rescheduled due to weather and other conflicts. The new schedule follows: … Read More
CHARLESTON -– The Administrative Office of the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia has set the interest rate at 7 percent for judgments and decrees entered during the 2011 calendar year. A law passed in the 2006 legislative session … Read More
CHARLESTON – Ronceverte city council members who annexed a subdivision four miles away illegally included roads leading to the subdivision without including properties along the roads, the Supreme Court of Appeals decided on Jan. 20.