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STRAIGHT TALK – Weekly Social Justice Talk Show with Andre Hakes

STRAIGHT TALK – A weekly show hosted by Andre Hakes discussing Social Justice and Social Movements.  Tune-in to 94.7 FM Charlottesville on Saturday mornings from 10-11.  The following are several podcasts from her show: Straight Talk with Dahlia Lithwick, Slate Magazine courts and legal writer Straight Talk with Jill Stein, 2016 Green Party U.S. Presidential Read More

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Should you “Voluntarily” speak with the police, or not?

Criminal Defense Attorney | Charlottesville, Virginia If you believe there might be the slightest chance you’re being investigated in a criminal matter, don’t say another word to anyone.  Call us immediately. We can help. Many people think they can talk their way out of a difficult situation. That’s the last thing you want to try. The police Read More

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What “Not” to say during a DUI stop

DUI Attorney  | Charlottesville, Virginia In Virginia, driving while under the influence of alcohol (DUI) is a serious offense with serious consequences. It is imperative that you are represented by a criminal law attorney who has the knowledge and skill to uphold your rights. At Tucker Griffin Barnes P.C., we are dedicated to minimizing or Read More

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No “Due Process” for University of Virginia Student’s Accused of Sexual Misconduct:

I have been seeing a lot of sexual misconduct cases out of UVA lately. The procedures followed in those hearings are not fair, and not what we are accustomed to in judicial proceedings in this country. 1. Right to be Silent: Your “right to be silent” is otherwise known as your 5th amendment privilege against Read More

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William D. Tucker, III │Real Estate Closings & Winter Weather

Inclement weather causes delays in more than one way. Bad weather can cause Clerk’s Offices and other government agencies to close and as a result general delays in settlements.  But now it can also cause delays regarding the 3-day requirements for CDs to be delivered to the purchaser.  Due to weather, settlement agents and attorneys Read More

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$1,750,000 Medical Malpractice Jury Verdict

HUGE congrats to Yvonne T. Griffin, our senior trial attorney, and Lee Livingston from MichieHamlett, on their $1,750,000 medical malpractice verdict.  Our client sued an Augusta County orthopedic surgeon and Orthopedics Associates LTD in Fishersville following a knee replacement operation that resulted in one of her legs being amputated. The $1.75 Million verdict is one Read More

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How to Proceed if You Were Partially Responsible for Your Virginia Car Accident

After a car accident, you are dealing with physical, emotional and financial consequences. You feel that you deserve compensation for your injuries and want to pursue a lawsuit. But what happens if you were partially at fault for the accident? Virginia is one of only five jurisdictions that have pure contributory negligence laws. In most Read More

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Reasons to Convert from Chapter 13 Bankruptcy to Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Although most people only have to file for bankruptcy once, sometimes people who originally file for Chapter 13 need or want to convert to Chapter 7 bankruptcy. There are also certain situations where the court will force a debtor to switch to Chapter 7. You can convert from Chapter 13 to Chapter 7 at any Read More

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“Helpful Hint” in a Workers’ Compensation case!

If you’re treating doctor refers you to another health care provider, including a specialist or physical therapist,  make sure he or she puts the referral in writing and save a copy for your records. Please contact me if you need help with a Workers’ Compensation case.  I offer free consultations.   Lynn A. Bradley Workers’ Read More

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What Type of Compensation is Usually Available in an Automobile Accident Lawsuit?

The law regarding what you can collect intends for you to be put back to the same position you were before the wreck.  You cannot be made better than you were, but you are to be made whole. Money damages typically available include property damages (such as vehicle repair or replacement), medical expenses (including past Read More

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