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CHARLESTON – All five Justices of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals have disqualified themselves from hearing a claim that a judge awarded an excessive fee to Justice Margaret Workman prior to her election.
CHARLESTON –- A Fayette County attorney and former assistant prosecutor has been suspended for involving herself too intimately a former client’s divorce and child custody case. The state Supreme Court on April 15 ordered Jennifer Day Hewitt’s license suspended for … Read More
CHARLESTON – Lottery legend Jack Whittaker must obey an arbitrator’s decision against his construction company, Diversified Enterprises Inc., the Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has ruled a family court judge erred in not terminating an Elkview couple’s visitation rights with their grandson after they falsely accused his adoptive father of abusing him. The Court on April 14 overruled … Read More
CHARLESTON – State Farm Mutual doesn’t have to pay medical bills from a wreck that happened while a policy holder drove his employer’s truck, the Supreme Court of Appeals have ruled. The Justices affirmed Kanawha Circuit Judge James Stucky, who … Read More
CHARLESTON –- Jeffrey Skidmore can spend more time with 13 year old son Joshua than his divorce order allowed, the Supreme Court of Appeals has decided.
CHARLESTON – In a workers’ compensation case where confusing rules drove both sides to awkward positions, the Supreme Court of Appeals invalidated one of the rules.
CHARLESTON -– At the center of the struggle between borrowers and lenders in West Virginia, justice has parked a motorcycle. On April 12, in a case about a Suzuki, the Supreme Court of Appeals will hear arguments over whether to … Read More
CHARLESTON –- Judges can require insurers to destroy or return medical records that crash victims provide in lawsuits, the Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled.
CHARLESTON -– A group from the Republic of Georgia visited Monday with members of the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia and the state Attorney General, among others, to discuss the Freedom of Information Act.