March 28, 2010

Senior Citizens Handbook

Filed under: Member News,News — CABA @ 10:24 am

Click here for Senior Citizens Handbook.  The Senior Citizens Handbook summarizes and discusses the laws and programs affecting senior citizens in Virginia.  The Senior Citizens Handbook is published by the Virginia State Bar and is a project of the Senior Lawyers Conference of the Virginia State Bar with funding in part from the Virginia Law Foundation

March 1, 2010

Fee Caps for Court Appointed Counsel

Filed under: Member News,News — CABA @ 5:16 pm

Judge Hogshire has asked us to pass along the following to all members of the Bar regarding fee waivers.

Karl R. Hade, Executive Secretary, Supreme Court of Virginia, has advised all Judges that due to a recently proposed budget amendment by the Senate Finance Committee, his office does not anticipate that they will be in a position to process or pay waivers after mid-March 2010. This amendment would reduce monies available for waivers in the current fiscal year from $4.2 million to $3.6 million. Once the General Assembly has finalized the budget, Mr. Hade will provide an updated status on these monies to the Judges.

November 19, 2009

Mentorship Program by Women Lawyers Section of CABA

Filed under: Member News,News — CABA @ 9:41 am

The Women Lawyers Section of CABA is again offering this year a Mentorship Program for and by lawyers.  For more information, please click the following:

Mentor Information and Forms

Mentee Information and Forms

November 5, 2008

Larceny Disposition Guidelines for Prosecutors in Albemarle General District Court

Filed under: Member News,News — CABA @ 12:05 pm

The Office of Commonwealth’s Attorney for Albemarle County has established policy guidelines for prosecutors handling larceny cases in Albemarle County General District Court.  For the full text of the guidelines, click on the following link:

Albemarle Prosecutor Larceny Guidelines for General District Court

October 1, 2008

Charlottesville-Albemarle Drug Court – eligibility change and “cheat sheet”

Filed under: Member News,News — CABA @ 8:19 am

Jeff Gould, Drug Court Administrator for the Charlottesville-Albemarle Drug Court, advises that the residency requirement for eligiblity has changed from 18 months to 12 months.  For summary of information regarding eligibility, disqualifying factors, entry procedures, legal benefits for participants upon successful completion, click here: Drug Court “cheat sheet”

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