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Once upon a time there was a little girl who dreamed of growing up to be a judge. Her brain was chock-full of ideas for changes in the court system. She just knew that the “different” ideas she’d thought up all by herself would make things better.
MORGANTOWN — It’s a common practice for campaigns to send out trackers to follow their opponent’s every move. Trackers videotape candidates’ speeches and interaction with voters.
We’re excited about the upcoming opening of the new business court in West Virginia.
CHARLESTON — Jury trials in civil cases are becoming remnants of the past. For instance, only 1.8 percent of the civil cases filed in federal court result in a jury trial. I don’t have any statistics, but I would wager that fewer than 1 percent of the civil cases filed in West Virginia are tried before a jury.
DARRELLVILLE — Have you heard the news? West Virginia may have a new name. Starting soon, our state could be known as McGrawsylvania. Our capital, Charleston, renamed Darrellville.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -— The recent ruling in Loughry v. Tennant is deeply disappointing and means judges will continue dialing for dollars from major campaign spenders.
Speaking before the House of Commons 65 years ago, Winston Churchill reminded Members of Parliament — and free peoples everywhere — that “democracy is the worst form of government, except for all those others that have been tried from time to time.” Read More
Dear Editor: With the Democrats having concluded their national party convention in Charlotte, a New York Times analysis in last Sunday’s edition rated the loyalty quotient of party factions, landing the mug of West Virginia’s U.S. Senator Joe Manchin in … Read More