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  1. Investments Inc West Virginia Corporation Richard Snowden Andrews Jr...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 30, 2018 | FindLaw

    L&D INVESTMENTS, INC., A WEST VIRGINIA CORPORATION; RICHARD SNOWDEN ANDREWS, JR.; MARION A. YOUNG TRUST; AND CHARLES A. YOUNG, DAVID L. YOUNG, AND LAVINIA YOUNG DAVIS, SUCCESSORS OF MARION A. YOUNG TRUST, Plaintiffs Below, Petitioners v. MIKE ROSS, INC., AND ANTERO RESOURCES CORPORATION, Defendants Below, Respondents ROBERT HITZELBERGER, Defendant Below, Petitioner v.

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  2. by and Through Michelle v. Pfizer Inc LLCRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2018 | FindLaw

    J.C., a Minor BY AND THROUGH his Mother and Next Friend, MICHELLE C., and I.H., a Minor by and through her Mother and Next Friend, Angela H., Plaintiffs Below, Petitioners v.

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  3. State of West Virginia v. Cortez BarefieldRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2018 | FindLaw

    Matthew Brummond, Esq., Public Defender Services, Charleston, West Virginia, Attorney for Petitioner Patrick Morrisey, Esq., Attorney General, Zachary Aaron Viglianco, Esq., Assistant Attorney General, Charleston, West Virginia, Attorneys for Respondent This is an appeal from the November 30, 2016, order of the Circuit Court of Wood County sentencing petitioner Cortez Barefield to one to fifteen years in the penitentiary on his conviction of possession of a controlled substance, cocaine, with intent to deliver. Petitioner asserts that the circuit court erred by admitting evidence seized from petitioner in violation of the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution and Article III, section 6 of the West Virginia Constitution.

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  4. RICHARDS v. WALKERRead the original story

    May 15, 2018 | FindLaw

    Dennis R. RICHARDS, Jr., Plaintiff Below, Petitioner v. Andrew WALKER, individually and in his capacity as Chief of Police of the Town of Grantsville Police Department; and Town of Grantsville, Defendants Below, Respondents James D. McQueen, Jr., Esq.

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  5. McNair v. Johnson JohnsonRead the original story

    May 11, 2018 | FindLaw

    Leslie A. Brueckner, Esq. a <)a <). The district court found that because Janssen did not manufacture the product that Mrs. McNair ingested, there is no proximate cause and no basis on which to hold Janssen liable.

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  6. Ashland Specialty Co Inc v. Dale Steager State Tax Commissioner of West VirginiaRead the original story

    May 5, 2018 | FindLaw

    ASHLAND SPECIALTY CO. INC., Petitioner Below, Petitioner v. DALE W. STEAGER, STATE TAX COMMISSIONER OF WEST VIRGINIA, Respondent Below, Respondent Floyd M. Sayre, III, Esq., Bowles Rice LLP, Martinsburg, West Virginia, Mark A. Lloyd, Esq., , Bingham Greenbaum Doll LLP, Louisville, Kentucky, Counsel for the Petitioner Patrick Morrisey, Esq., Attorney General, Katherine A. Schultz, Esq., Senior Deputy Attorney General, Cassandra L. Means, Esq., Assistant Attorney General, Charleston, West Virginia, Counsel for the Respondent Ashland Specialty Company, Inc. unlawfully sold 12,230 packs of cigarettes in West Virginia in 2009 that were not approved for sale by the Tax Commissioner of the State of West Virginia .

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  7. Pat Reed Commissioner of the West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles v. Brian BoleyRead the original story

    May 1, 2018 | FindLaw

    PAT REED, COMMISSIONER OF THE WEST VIRGINIA DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES, Respondent Below, Petitioner, v. BRIAN A. BOLEY, Petitioner Below, Respondent.

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  8. Tri State Petroleum Corp Ejc Legacy Inc Interstate Service Stations...Read the original story

    Apr 17, 2018 | FindLaw

    STATE PETROLEUM CORP., a West Virginia corporation; EJC LEGACY, INC., a West Virginia corporation; INTERSTATE SERVICE STATIONS HOLDINGS, INC., a West Virginia corporation; CONVENIENCE REALTY, LP, a West Virginia limited partnership; COLLEEN C. MCGLINN, an individual; EDWARD J. COYNE II, an individual; ERIN C. MERRICK, an individual; and SHEILA C. ROMANEK, an individual, Defendants Below, Petitioners v.

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  9. McElroy Coal Company v. Michael Schoene and Patricia SchoeneRead the original story

    Apr 12, 2018 | FindLaw

    Rodger L. Puz, Esq. J.R. Hall, Esq. Dickie McCamey & Chilcote, P.C. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Counsel for Petitioner J. Thomas Lane, Esq.

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  10. STATE v. JEDEDIAHRead the original story

    Apr 12, 2018 | FindLaw

    Kevin B. Postalwait, Esq., Public Defender Corporation, Ripley, West Virginia, Counsel for the Petitioner Patrick Morrisey, Esq., Attorney General, Benjamin F. Yancey, III, Esq., Assistant Attorney General, Charleston, West Virginia, Counsel for the Respondent Petitioner Jedediah C. 1 sexually molested two minor children-including his son-and attempted to molest a third minor child. He pleaded guilty to sexual abuse by a parent, incest, and attempt to commit a felony.

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  11. STATE v. KINGRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2018 | FindLaw

    Scott A. Shough, Esq., Fairmont, West Virginia, Counsel for the Petitioner Patrick Morrisey, Esq., Attorney General, Robert L. Hogan, Esq., Deputy Attorney General, Charleston, West Virginia, Counsel for the Respondent The petitioner, Carter Perry King, was charged with two counts of sexual abuse by a parent, guardian or custodian and two counts of second degree sexual assault in 2004. By order entered December 18, 2008, the circuit court found that the petitioner was not competent to stand trial and that he would have been convicted of the criminal charges against him.

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  12. STATE v. ALLMANRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2018 | FindLaw

    Richard D. Smith, Jr., Esq., Parkersburg, West Virginia, Attorney for Petitioner Patrick Morrisey, Esq., Attorney General, Robert Hogan, Esq., Assistant Attorney General, Charleston, West Virginia, Attorneys for Respondent This is an appeal from the November 7, 2016, order denying Michael Keith Allman's motion for a new trial on his convictions of felony escape, destruction of property, and petit larceny and resultant November 9, 2016, sentencing order. Petitioner argues that his sentence on the felony escape conviction is "disproportionate" to the offense because he was ultimately found guilty only of a misdemeanor, rather than a felony, on the underlying charge from which he escaped.

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  13. STATE v. THOMPSONRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2018 | FindLaw

    Dana F. Eddy, Esq., Public Defender Services, Charleston, West Virginia, Counsel for Petitioner Patrick Morrisey, Esq., Attorney General, Gordon L. Mowen, II, Esq., Assistant Attorney General, Charleston, West Virginia, Counsel for Respondent A jury found Petitioner Frank Thompson guilty of four felony counts of driving under the influence causing death, two felony counts of child neglect resulting in death, and three misdemeanors. On appeal, Petitioner asserts the trial court's comments deprived him of his constitutional right to a fair trial by an impartial jury.

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  14. Belcher v. Dynamic Energy IncRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2018 | FindLaw

    Clifford BELCHER and Rachel Belcher, Individually and as Next Friends or Parents of Minor J.A.B., et al., Plaintiffs Below, Petitioners, v. DYNAMIC ENERGY, INC., and Mechel Bluestone, Inc., Defendants Below, Respondents.

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  15. Brickstreet Mutual Insurance Company v. Zurich American Insurance CompanyRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2018 | FindLaw

    Don C.A. Parker, Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC, Charleston, West Virginia, Attorney for the Petitioner Philip J. Sbrolla, Jeffrey B. Brannon, Cipriani & Werner, PC, Wheeling, West Virginia, Attorneys for the Respondent Trevor K. Taylor, Taylor Law Office, Morgantown, West Virginia, Attorney for Amicus Curiae, American Insurance Association This Court is herein presented with three certified questions from the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.

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  16. R.S. Mutter, Warden, Stevens Correctional Center, Petitioner, v. Bobby RossRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 22, 2018 | FindLaw

    Patrick Morrisey, Esq., Attorney General, Brooks H. Crislip, Esq., Deputy Attorney General, Celeste Webb-Barber, Esq., Assistant Attorney General, Zachary A. Viglianco, Esq., Assistant Attorney General, Charleston, West Virginia, Counsel for the Petitioner Clinton W. Smith, Esq., Charleston, West Virginia, Counsel for the Respondent The West Virginia Parole Board revoked Bobby Ross's parole based, in part, on him violating a condition of parole prohibiting him from possessing or having contact with a computer or other device with internet access. We are asked whether this condition of parole is constitutional under the First Amendment.

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  17. STATE v. RICHARDSONRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 13, 2018 | FindLaw

    Paul R. Cassell, Esq., Cassell & Crewe, P.C., Wytheville, Virginia, Counsel for the Petitioner Patrick Morrisey, Esq., Attorney General, Gordon L. Mowen, II, Esq., Assistant Attorney General, Charleston, West Virginia, Counsel for the Respondent Following a jury trial, Petitioner Amber Lee Richardson was convicted of two felony counts-accessory to murder and conspiracy to commit murder. The jury did not recommend mercy and Defendant Richardson was sentenced to an incarceration term of life without the possibility of parole.

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  18. State of West Virginia Southland Properties LLC v. Honorable David...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 13, 2018 | FindLaw

    STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA ex rel. SOUTHLAND PROPERTIES, LLC, Petitioner v. HONORABLE DAVID R. JANES, Judge of the Circuit Court of Marion County; KENNETH G. JONES, JR.; and G. RUSSELL ROLLYSON, JR., Deputy Commissioner of Delinquent and Nonentered Lands for Marion County, West Virginia, Respondents Jason E. Wingfield, Esq., Gianola, Barnum, Bechtel and Jecklin, L.C., Morgantown, West Virginia, Counsel for the Petitioner David A. Glance, Esq., David A. Glance, Attorney at Law, Fairmont, West Virginia, Counsel for the Respondent Kenneth G. Jones, Jr. Lisa A. Hopkins, Esq., Vincent J. Smith, Esq., West Virginia State Auditor's Office, Charleston, West Virginia, Counsel for the Respondent, G. Russell Rollyson, Jr., Deputy, Commissioner of Delinquent and Nonentered Lands Kenneth G. Jones, Jr. purchased two tracts of land in Marion County at a tax sale in 2016.

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  19. Gloria Cowger v. Dennis CowgerRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2018 | FindLaw

    Dominque Razzook, Esq., Legal Aid of West Virginia, Charleston, West Virginia, Attorney for the Petitioner Jared S. Frame, Esq., Sutton, West Virginia, Attorney for the Respondent This is the appeal of Petitioner Gloria Cowger from the January 10, 2017, order of the Circuit Court of Webster County, West Virginia, reducing the amount of permanent alimony to be paid to her by Respondent Dennis Cowger . The family court, after hearing the evidence, ordered the Husband to pay permanent alimony to the Wife in the amount of $1,500 per month.

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  20. in Re: K.E. & K.E.Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 23, 2018 | FindLaw

    William O. Huffman, Esq., Law Office of William O. Huffman, Princeton, West Virginia, Counsel for the Petitioners C.G. and K.G. Patrick Morrisey, Esq., Attorney General, S. L. Evans, Esq., Assistant Attorney General, Charleston, West Virginia, Counsel for the Respondent Department of Health and Human Resources Philip A. LaCaria, Esq., Law Office of Philip A. LaCaria, Welch, West Virginia, Guardian ad Litem to K.E. and K.E. Twins K.E. and K.E. 1 were born dependent on drugs in April 2016. The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources immediately placed the Twins in foster care.

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