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Supreme Court Of Virginia Opinions And Published Orders
As of February 8, 2008 all opinions are Adobe Acrobat PDF documents. The Adobe Acrobat Viewer allows you to view and print PDF documents.
210391Appalachian Power Co. v. State Corporation Commission 08/18/2022 In consolidated appeals by an electric power company and the Office of the Attorney General, Consumer Counsel Division, challenging various rulings made by the State Corporation Commission during its triennial review of the power companys rates, terms, and conditions pursuant to Code § 56-585.1, the Commission erred in finding that it was not reasonable for the company to record its costs associated with early retirement of certain coal-fired power plants as asset impairments. The Commission did not err by implementing depreciation rates from a 2017 depreciation study for the years 2018 and 2019, did not err by refusing to apply Code § 56-585.1 retroactively, and did not err in finding that certain of the power companys affiliate expenses to be reasonable. All remaining issues in both appeals are now moot. For the reasons discussed in the present opinion, the disposition of the Commission is reversed in part and affirmed in part, and this matter is remanded for further proceedings consistent with this opinion. Combined case with Record No. 210634
130633RGR, LLC v. Settle 06/05/2014 The decision in RGR, LLC v. Settle, previously reported at 288 Va. 1 was withdrawn by Order of the Court dated August 1, 2014, in which a rehearing of the appeal was granted.
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When youre facing a legal issue, nothing matters more than choosing the right attorney. The team of lawyers at Pack Law Group have the experience and skill you need to achieve a successful outcome. Although we are aggressive with prosecutors and the other party, we are compassionate and understanding about your legal issue. You can contact us at any time for clarification on a legal issue or if you simply need support during this difficult time in your life.
Lynchburg Man Gets Seven Years For Charges Tied To Robbery Incidents
- Christopher Cole
A judge sentenced a Lynchburg man this week to seven years in prison on felony charges linked to robbery incidents in the city last year.
Sanchez Demonas Harris, 19, pleaded guilty in May to the charges in Lynchburg Circuit Court, according to online court records.
Nine people were arrested in summer 2016 and charged in relation to a probe of two robberies of pizza delivery drivers in Lynchburg. Those charges followed the arrest of Harris in connection with the robbery of a woman on Euclid Avenue.
Harris was sentenced on three counts of robbery and two counts of use of a firearm in the commission of a robbery.
Parts of the sentences are suspended according to Jessica Vormwald, assistant commonwealths attorney for Lynchburg, that is conditional on Harris being of good behavior for a period of 20 years, completing 18 months of supervised probation upon his release, not having any contact with the victims, and paying restitution.
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As the founding attorney at Pack Law Group, Matthew Pack represents clients throughout Virginia. We are pleased to have earned the distinction of the 10 Best Client Satisfaction from the American Institute of DUI/DWI Attorneys in 2015. As managing attorney, Cam Warren is another crucial part of our team. He has a special interest in fathers rights. Furthermore, for more than two years, Mr. Warren worked as a DUI prosecutor for the Commonwealth of Virginia. This gives him an intimate understanding of DUI cases.
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