CHARLESTON – Gov. Jim Justice has invited President Donald Trump to give the State of the Union address in West Virginia.
West Virginia Governor's Office News
CHARLESTON – Gov. Jim Justice is calling for the creation of an intermediate court of appeals in his annual State of the State address.
CHARLESTON -- The new year brings several changes to courts across West Virginia.
NEW YORK, N.Y. — The final consent judgment was filed last month to confirm Gov. Jim Justice owes nearly $2.5 million for defaulting on a helicopter loan.
CHARLESTON — A West Virginia delegate is making a third attempt to have a court find that Gov. Jim Justice is violating the state Constitution by not living in the seat of the government.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has refused to hear a petition regarding whether Gov. Jim Justice follows rules about where he lives.
CHARLESTON – The state Judicial Vacancy Advisory Commission is now receiving applications for the vacancy on the state Supreme Court. It also is accepting applications for a circuit judge position in the state's 19th Judicial Circuit covering Barbour and Taylor counties. This new position was created by the state Legislature.
CHARLESTON – Allen Loughry has resigned from the West Virginia Supreme Court. Gov. Jim Justice announced Nov. 10 he had received Loughry's resignation letter.
CHARLESTON – A new impeachment article against convicted and suspended state Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry will go before lawmakers next week.
CHARLESTON – A new impeachment article against convicted and suspended state Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry could be in front of legislators by next week. And it might include Chief Justice Margaret Workman as well.
CHARLESTON – The state Judicial Vacancy Advisory Commission has provided a list of recommendations to Gov. Jim Justice for two circuit court vacancies.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has entered a scheduling order, giving Gov. Jim Justice until Oct. 16 to respond to a petition challenging where he lives.
CHARLESTON — The Judicial Vacancy Advisory Commission is currently receiving applications for two pending vacancies in the First Judicial Circuit and the 12th Judicial Circuit.