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Daily Archives: February 29, 2012
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, in a brief, three-page order Wednesday, ruled that a state lawmaker’s election opponent must be removed from the May primary ballot. Read More
CHARLESTON — Quick. Name any of the candidates for the West Virginia Supreme Court this year. For that matter, name just one of the five members of the state Supreme Court. Couldn’t do it? You’re not alone. Read More
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – Graphic warning labels imposed by the federal government on tobacco products violate the First Amendment, a federal court in Washington, D.C., has ruled.
CHARLESTON -– The State Law Library, in cooperation with the Central West Virginia Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, is offering free income tax preparation assistance for low- to middle income taxpayers earning under $49,000. Certified volunteer staff members can … Read More
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals on Wednesday heard arguments in a case in which a state lawmaker is asking the Court to remove an election opponent from the May primary ballot. Read More
CHARLESTON — Methamphetamine is a growing problem in West Virginia and is wrecking lives and adding to health care costs.
CHARLESTON – Six of the candidates for the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals discussed issues regarding the Court and the race at a forum.
Attorneys Randy Saunders, left, and Taylor Hood helped save Sophia and Rose from euthanization. (Courtesy photos)
HUNTINGTON – Two Nelson Mullins attorneys worked to get two golden retrievers released from the Cabell-Wayne Animal Shelter after a volunteer sought their legal help.