Virginia Supreme Court

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St. George Tucker - Career - Judge - Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals
... Justice Edmund Pendleton of the Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals died on October 23, 1803, and on January 6, 1804, the Virginia Assembly named Tucker to the state Supreme Court of Appeals (k ... however, unlike many of his colleagues on the Court of Appeals, he would not deliver his opinions in seriatim if he felt a single, unified court opinion would do ... was entitled to, both in an effort to reduce the Court of Appeals's caseload and to curtail what Tucker saw as pointless delay tactics by parties that only served to clog ...
List Of College Of William & Mary Alumni - State and Local Government - State Courts - Virginia Supreme Court
... The Virginia Supreme Court has been known by other names since its creation ... Most recently, the Virginia Supreme Court was known as the Supreme Court of Appeals until 1970 ... Regardless of name used, this sub-list is limited to members of the highest court of the state ...
Mildred And Richard Loving - Background - Appellate Proceedings
... frustrated by their inability to travel together to visit their families in Virginia and social isolation and financial difficulties in Washington, Mildred Loving wrote in ... The ACLU filed a motion on behalf of the Lovings in the state trial court to vacate the judgment and set aside the sentence on the grounds that the violated statutes ran counter to the Fourteenth ... of lawsuits which ultimately reached the Supreme Court ...
Brent Benjamin - Biography
... hails originally from Marietta, Ohio, but has made residence in West Virginia for the past 20 years ... attorney with Robinson and McElwee, PLLC in Charleston, West Virginia ... firm involved general civil litigation in state and federal courts, including toxic torts and complex litigation ...

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