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CHARLESTON – A Republican candidate for state Supreme Court says he’s open to reviewing the state Supreme Court’s recusal rules.
CHARLESTON – One state Supreme Court candidate’s plan to revise the rules for justice recusal already seems to have its critics on the Court.
BECKLEY -– Raleigh County judicial officers, Supreme Court justices, and state and county elected officials will celebrate the opening of the Raleigh County Judicial Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at noon on Tuesday, April 3, at the Judicial Center, 222 … Read More
CHARLESTON — One state Supreme Court candidate has introduced a proposal to change the rules of recusal for sitting Justices.
CHARLESTON – Allen Loughry’s resume for the state Supreme Court is impressive. The Tucker County native has four law degrees. He’s worked in all three branches of government, including the last nine years as a judicial law clerk at the state Supreme Court. He also wrote a book detailing West Virginia’s history of political corruption titled “Don’t Buy Another Vote, I Won’t Pay for a Landslide.” Read More
CHARLESTON – A North Carolina attorney’s West Virginia license has been suspended for overbilling a client in excess of $100,000. The state Supreme Court on March 8 accepting the recommendation of its Lawyer Disciplinary Board, and ordered Richard L. Lancianese … Read More
CHARLESTON — Tish Chafin has received the West Virginia State Building and Construction Trades Council endorsement for the Supreme Court of Appeals.
MORGANTOWN -– West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals candidate Allen Loughry has received the endorsement of The West Virginians for Life Political Action Committee in the 2012 Republican Primary Election.
CHARLESTON – Tish Chafin says her experience and her work ethic are the biggest reasons she should be elected to the state Supreme Court.
CHARLESTON – House Majority Leader Brent Boggs said he hopes the Senate will move forward legislation to equalize the salaries for county magistrates.
CHARLESTON – Eight attorneys have submitted their names for the opening in the Circuit Judge opening in the state’s northern Panhandle. The vacancy for the job — which covers Brooke, Hancock and Ohio counties — was created by the retirement … Read More
CHARLESTON -– The AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education (COPE) and United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) have endorsed Tish Chafin for in her campaign for state Supreme Court.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals last month said a lower court erred in ruling that insurance coverage claims existed for a woman whose daughter injured herself while playing near a State-owned tree nursery. National Union Fire … Read More
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals last week granted an insurer’s writ seeking prohibition of a circuit court’s order requiring its CEO to submit to depositions. Read More
CHARLESTON – A New York attorney suspended following his conviction for allowing a felon to sell insurance will also not be allowed to practice law in West Virginia. The state Supreme Court on May 12 accepted the recommendation of its … Read More