The office of Virginia’s state attorney general said Thursday that it will name a special counsel to review how University of Virginia officials assessed the potential threat that Christopher Darnell Jones Jr. posed to the campus in the weeks before
This post was authored by Victor Gesuele of Touro University Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center
The City of Austin commenced a thorough revision of its land development code (LDC). A public hearing was held on October 26, 2019, by the
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Symphony Property Management LLC and Michigan-Rev LLC (developers) owned several parcels of land in Buffalo. The developers proposed building stacked residential buildings on the parcels of land,
Delphi murder suspect Richard Allen pleaded last week for a court-appointed attorney, and he received two lawyers on Monday.
Andrew J. Baldwin, of the firm Baldwin Perry & Kamish, filed his appearance just before 2 pm Monday. Just before 3
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The Long Lake Township brought a zoning action against homeowners Todd and Heather Maxon for storing junk on their five-acre property in 2007. The homeowners were required
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The Valentins, a Black couple of Haitian origin who have lived in the town of Natick, Massachusetts for about 30 years and work as condominium developers, submitted
Former President Donald Trump’s midterm failures may have eroded the Republican support he was counting on to avoid a criminal conviction, according to one attorney.
Trump has long been reported to be planning an early 2024 presidential campaign announcement as
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Larry and Kristi Whaley applied to rezone a 1.87 vacant lot zoned residential to allow for a commercial use. His lot was surrounded by other commercial lots,
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In January 2017, a water company applied for a conditional use permit with the City of Sedona, Arizona (the “City”) to construct a water tank and pumping
Republican candidate Brenna Bird was elected Iowa’s next attorney general after besting Democratic incumbent Tom Miller in a close race.
In a victory speech, Bird credited law enforcement agents for her success.
“We back the blue here in Iowa don’t