— A Martinsburg-area woman charged in connection with the fatal shooting of her boyfriend in May 2016 is pursuing a legal defense that would include evidence of their abusive relationship. The event typically draws between 1,500 and 3,000 motorcyclists. — Members of American Legion Post 14 in Martinsburg have raised money for a new headquarters, one breakfast at a time, thanks to the support of their "brothers in arms" at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 896. Va., whose parents didn't attend college will be provided academic and college-preparation support. — Organizers are making final arrangements for the 27th annual Operation God Bless America motorcycle ride scheduled for Sunday. — Team Martinsburg, the Martinsburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center’s National Veterans Golden Age Games team, broke its previous medal record while competing earlier this month at the national event in Biloxi, Miss.: While no longer linked to future heart attack and stroke, poor oral health has been associated with periodontal disease, atherosclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, preterm deaths, and erectile dysfunction.
Commonwealth of Virginia 04/25/2017 Evidence was sufficient for jury to find appellant acted with criminal negligence when she fired a gun in reckless disregard of the safety of others in the occupied hotel; trial court did not err in refusing appellants proffered jury instruction where it was not an accurate statement of the law 1620164 Paula Smith-Adams v. 02/28/2017 No error in Commissions finding that while the statutory presumption applied, appellees evidence was sufficient to rebut the presumption and found that childs brain injury occurred because of his extreme prematurity and immature lungs, not because of oxygen deprivation suffered during labor and delivery 1182161 Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding, Inc., n/k/a, etc. Commonwealth of Virginia 02/07/2017 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to apply the affirmative defense afforded by Code 18.2-251.03 where the intent of that statute does not provide an affirmative defense to prosecution to an individual who passively receives emergency medical attention and provides an affirmative defense only to the individual making the emergency report 0053162 Manneh Vay v.
Fairfax County School Board 04/25/2017 Commission did not err in enforcing a termination agreement and denying appellants request for benefits and penalties pursuant to a June 2005 award 0714163 Najee Finique Hairston v. Commonwealth of Virginia 01/31/2017 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to strike the evidence of abduction with intent to defile, in refusing to give a proposed jury instruction on the law of incidental detention, in not conducting voir dire on whether voluntarily waived his right to testify, in refusing to strike a juror for cause, or in its response to two jury questions 0982164 Arthur G. Eileen Mc Nicholas 01/31/2017 Trial court did not err in holding appellant in contempt of court for his willful failure to comply with an order of the court and terms of the parties PSA as incorporated into the final decree where the monetary awards set forth in the parties PSA and incorporated into final decree were enforceable through trial courts contempt power 1874152 Abdul Lateef Salahuddin v.
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— Martinsburg Police Department's new K-9 patrol unit is expected to begin full duties by the beginning of August, Chief Maurice Richards said Thursday in a news release.
Va., man who died Monday night in a police-involved shooting after he reportedly threatened to shoot himself was identified Wednesday by the county sheriff's department.
In 2015, the West Virginia Legislature changed the election system for judicial officers to a non-partisan basis.
In 2016, Benjamin placed fourth of four serious candidates in the non-partisan election, with 12% of the vote, and left the court in January 2017, to return to private practice.
His civil rights practice focused on protecting children from physical and sexual abuse. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia, the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia, and the Kentucky Supreme Court. He is also a current member of the Hocking College Archaeological Mission, and has participated in archaeological excavations in the United States and Egypt.