Posts Tagged Virginia Supreme Court

A Temporary Moratorium on Evictions Will Soon End

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The Supreme Court of Virginia (Credit: Morgan Riley / Creative Commons / Wikimedia Commons

The Supreme Court of Virginia is ending the eviction moratorium, a move that could spell trouble for people caught up in the economic crisis. Michael Pope reports.

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COVID-19 Leads to Rare Judicial Emergency in Virginia

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The Supreme Court of Virginia’s judicial emergency will suspend non-essential, non-emergency cases in courthouses across Virginia, including eviction cases. (Credit: Morgan Riley / Creative Commons)

Daily life has changed not just at restaurants and gyms. Much of the action in your local courthouse has also been postponed. Michael Pope reports.

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In Virginia, Juveniles Sentenced to Life Without Parole Wait in Limbo

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Jason Clem is 12 years into a life sentence for a murder he committed when he was 16. A nonprofit estimates there are 60 people like Clem in Virginia, serving a life sentence without hope of parole, for a crime they committed when they are under 18. The United States Supreme Court has ruled that’s unconstitutional. But, so far, that’s had little effect for those in Virginia. Mallory Noe-Payne reports.

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