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  • Even assuming it was error to allow a detective to testify to the “ultimate issue” that appellant was “running a business” selling marijuana, there was overwhelming evidence, including appellant’s admission that she “sold weed” and kept a gun in her home because she sold marijuana; the Court of Appeals affirms her convictions for marijuana possession ...

  • A plaintiff who failed defendant hospital’s family medicine residency program who alleges race and gender discrimination, sexual harassment and retaliation for working hours in excess of established guidelines under the American Council for Graduate Medical Education, has not stated claims for violation of her civil rights and the Richmond U.S. District Court accepts the magistrate ...

  • In plaintiff software company’s suit against a competitor who allegedly decrypted former customer passwords to gain access to plaintiff’s confidential trade secrets, the Alexandria U.S. District Court says plaintiff’s state law claims for false pretenses and encryption are not preempted under the Copyright Act and will be remanded to state court, but plaintiff’s claims for ...

  • An employee of the Federal Reserve Bank who was hospitalized for alcoholism and depression could be terminated for attendance problems, failure to notify the Bank of his absences, and taking a company car to oversee a project in Baltimore and never showing up at the project site; the Richmond U.S. District Court dismisses the employee’s ...

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DISCLAIMER: David A. Cardon is an attorney at the Virginia Beach office of Cardon and Goodman, P.C. who concentrates his legal practice in traffic, criminal, and personal injury law. Mr. Cardon provides the materials contained above as a public service and on an informational basis only. These materials are not intended to be a comprehensive statement of Virginia law, and are not intended to convey legal advice.


If you have a legal problem, you should consult with an attorney in your area who can investigate the particular circumstances of your situation. You can contact David Cardon, Esquire at (757) 306-9060 or  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .