Monthly Archives: April 2013

April 29, 2013 4th Circuit published opinions

United States v Abdulwahab  Abdulwahab was charged with securities fraud and money laundering. At the end of the government’s case, he moved to dismiss the money laundering charges. The district court denied his motion. Abdulwahab was convicted on all counts. … Continue reading

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Maymester and Summer Booklist

The Maymester and Summer semester Booklist is now available. See which textbooks are required and/or recommended for your class by accessing the Booklist PDF here, or by visiting the Academic Affairs Book Information and On-line Bookstore page.  Please note that textbook information … Continue reading

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April 29, 2013 United States Supreme Court opinions

McBurney v Young McBurney filed a state Freedom of Information Act request in Virginia which was denied on the grounds that he was not a citizen of Virginia. He filed suit arguing the citizen’s only approach violated the Privileges and … Continue reading

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April 26, 2013 4th Circuit published opinions

United States v 4219 University Drive, Fairfax, Virginia The government sought forfeiture of 4219 university Drive and other property based on underlying health care fraud and money laundering. The jury found in the government’s favor and the district court entered … Continue reading

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April 25, 2013 4th Circuit published opinion

Hegab v Long Hegab’s security clearance was revoked based on concerns about his wife’s participation in groups which were involved in foreign policy issues. He sought review in the district court which dismissed his case for lack of subject matter … Continue reading

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April 24, 2013 4th Circuit published opinion

Suarez-Valenzuela v Holder Suarez was convicted of petty larceny and the government ought to deport him. The immigration judge granted him withholding of removal based on the Convention Against Torture. The Board of Immigration Appeals reversed ruling there was no … Continue reading

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April 24, 2013 South Carolina Supreme Court published opinions

In the Matter of J David Flowers Flowers failed to file income tax returns for several years. After a hearing, the panel split 2-2 on recommended discipline between a 90 day suspension and an admonition. Both Flowers and the bar … Continue reading

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