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Daily Archives: August 17, 2012
These days, you can hardly pick your nose or scratch your backside without some camera somewhere capturing the awkward moment. Whether it’s a building security system, a passerby’s cell phone, or a satellite miles above the earth, your two-second indiscretion may be recorded for posterity.
CHARLESTON – A Wetzel County attorney who was a candidate for the state Supreme Court soon could be without a license.
PARKERSBURG – A Wood County attorney has taken no for an answer in her attempt to collect legal fees and expenses from two former clients.
Aug. 3 Kimberly Hunt vs. Mountain State University, Inc.; Charles H. Polk; and the Mountain State University Board of Trustees PA- Stephen P. New, S. Douglas Adkins; J- Jennifer Bailey * Hunt was a student of the defendants. She claims … Read More
Aug. 8 Sally Neale vs. David Bell, DDS PA- Kathy A. Brown * On Aug. 10, 2010, Neale visited Bell’s officer to have a front tooth repaired. She claims while in a reclining position in the dental chair and during … Read More
Aug. 6 Tony and Stephanie Waugh vs. Carlos and Wanda Hensley PA- David R. Tyson; J- F. Jane Hustead * The Waughs claim the Hensleys have engaged in the interference and blocking of real estate in Milton for an extended … Read More
July 11 Carissa and Daniel Hammonds vs. Peoples/Perdew, Inc. d/b/a Cawley and Peoples Funeral Home d/b/a Riverview Cemetery PA- David M. Adkins; J – Reed * The plaintiffs, residents of Stephens City, Va., are suing the defendants, a Marietta, Ohio-based … Read More
July 17 Bart Beckley, Individually and as the Administrator of the Estate of Charles Galen Beckley vs. Charles L. Schultz and Charles T. Schultz PA- James A. Varner; Michael D. Crim; J- Hummel * On March 13, 2012, Charles Beckley … Read More
Aug. 7 Ondra Wilson vs. Doris K. Cook PA – Mark Kelley; J – Evans *The plaintiff, a Kenna resident, is seeking a court order preventing the defendant for constructing a fence across a 20-foot roadway on which Wilson has … Read More
July 26 William C. Struna, individually and as executor of the Estate of Marjorie Conrad aka Marjorie Struna and the Estate of Marjorie Conrad aka Marjorie Struna vs. J. Michael Cassell, individuall and as an employee of Campbell Miller Zimmerman … Read More