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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 -– 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 – Six of the candidates for the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals discussed issues regarding the Court and the race at a forum.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals on Monday denied a former state agriculture department official’s petition requesting that a state senator be removed from the race for Agriculture Commissioner. Read More
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals this week will hear a case in which a state lawmaker is asking the Court to remove her primary election opponent from the May primary ballot. Read More
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, citing the health of the state’s Judicial Retirement System, is lowering its budget appropriation request by more than $2 million. Read More
CHARLESTON – A state Supreme Court law clerk says now is the time for him to make a run for his own seat on the bench.
CHARELSTON – A Charleston attorney potentially faces a long hiatus from the practice of law for his multiple arrests on drug charges. The state Supreme Court on Feb. 10 unanimously rejected a proposed recommendation by its Lawyer Disciplinary Board to … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Logan County attorney disbarred for his conviction in a vote-buying scheme to help his ex-wife win election to the House of Delegates is asking that he again be allowed to practice law.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has followed suit with Kentucky’s high court in temporarily suspending an Ashland attorney’s license. The Court on Sept. 8 accepted the recommendation of its Lawyer Disciplinary Board that it mirror the disciplinary action taken … Read More
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court has reversed the decision of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals in a set of cases in which the state court ruled that arbitration agreements in nursing home contracts are “unconscionable and unenforceable.” Read More
CHARLESTON – A West Virginia lawmaker is asking the state Supreme Court of Appeals to remove her primary election opponent from the May primary ballot. Read More
NEW MARTINSVILLE – H. John “Buck” Rogers says he thinks it’s time for a change at the state Capitol.
CHARLESTON – A Monongalia County attorney is accused of swindling one of his former clients out of nearly $150,000. The Lawyer Disciplinary Board on April 27 filed a single-count statement of charges against John C. Scotchel Jr. accusing him of … Read More