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HARPERS FERRY – John Yoder knew he’d be on the campaign trail this spring, but he didn’t expect to be on the road to recovery as well.
CHARLESTON -– Justice Margaret L. Workman has announced the Supreme Court has hired a monitor to oversee juvenile justice facilities in West Virginia. Cindy Largent-Hill of Morgan County, former director of the West Virginia Division of Juvenile Services, has an … Read More
CHARLESTON – On the heels of endorsements from the West Virginia State Chamber of Commerce and the West Virginia Business & Industry Council, Justice Robin Davis has earned three additional endorsements from prominent business groups in the state.
LEWISBURG – In some ways, Judge Jim Rowe kicked off his current campaign for state Supreme Court eight years ago.
CHARLESTON – A New York woman is accusing a Calhoun County attorney of “legal tomfoolery” in representing her interests in an estate dispute in neighboring Gilmer County.
CHARLESTON – A St. Albans attorney faces suspension of his license after agreeing he failed to communicate with, and diligently represent nine clients in their respective domestic cases.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has ordered Kanawha Circuit Judge Carrie Webster twice in the last few months to issue her rulings quickly.
CHARLESTON -– The West Virginia State United Auto Workers Community Action Program (C.A.P.) Council and the United Auto Workers Local Union 1590 have endorsed Tish Chafin for the state Supreme Court of Appeals.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia State Chamber of Commerce and the West Virginia Business & Industry Council have announced their organizations have endorsed Justice Robin Jean Davis for re-election to the Supreme Court.
CHARLESTON — Democratic state Supreme Court candidate Jim Rowe has earned two more endorsements. Read More
CHARLESTON – Four Democrats vying for a seat on the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals are leading in the race for money, according to recent campaign finance reports. Read More
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, in a full opinion filed this week, elaborated on its decision in February to have a state lawmaker’s election opponent removed from the May primary ballot. Read More
CHARLESTON – The United Auto Workers West Virginia Community Action Program and United Auto Workers Local Union 1590 announced they again have endorsed Robin Davis for re-election to the state Supreme Court.
CHARLESTON -– The West Virginia Farm Bureau recently announced its endorsement of Allen Loughry in the 2012 Republican Primary Election for Justice of the Supreme Court of Appeals.