PARKERSBURG – In two other cases in the last three years where she has served as special prosecutor, Wood County Prosecuting Attorney Ginny Conley closed one without seeking an indictment, but sought an indictment in another after she was presented with new evidence.
CHARLESTON -- The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals admitted the following people into the practice of law in West Virginia on June 29:
CHARLESTON - A former bouncer at Banana Joe's nightclub in Charleston is alleging that management should have known that its policy of using chokeholds on customers would result in violence.
Larry Starcher is a member of West Virginia's Supreme Court of Appeals, elected to dispense justice for the people of the Mountain State.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Consumers for Justice, sponsor of televised attack ads in the 2004 campaign for the state Supreme Court, raised hundreds of thousands of dollars before it filed for tax exemption as a nonprofit organization.
CHARLESTON – Nimble on ice, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals carved a line between snow that falls from the sky and snow that public employees shovel.
CHARLESTON – For 12 years, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals let Thomas McCorkle pretend he held a license to practice law. But the Court's tolerance backfired and, at last, they cracked down.
Laurie Miller CHARLESTON -- Jackson Kelly attorney Laurie Miller recently was elected to the Board of Governors of the Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia (DTCWV).
CHARLESTON – Eric Gardner and William Gardner started a feud in JD's Pilot House the day they bought it, and the feud continues in Kanawha Circuit Court.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman has filed a lawsuit against the makers of Zyprexa for causing her diabetes.
A busted ketchup packet left on the floor of a Huntington McDonald's restaurant has rendered a Kentucky woman sick, sore and lame.
CHARLESTON – A Florida woman has filed a lawsuit against a Kanawha City grocery store after she fell there during a visit two years ago.
A woman claiming permanent injuries from an auto accident two years ago filed suit against the alleged intoxicated driver who caused the wreck.
Justice Spike Maynard CHARLESTON – Justice Spike Maynard suspects his colleagues on the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals set a double standard when they denied a $5 million tax refund to Elk Run Coal Company.
A Morgantown couple is suing State Farm Fire and Casualty for refusing to pay a $75,000 water damage claim in 2003.