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Senior Justice of the Supreme Court of Virginia, Elizabeth Lacy, tells us how judges are chosen in Virginia, and private attorney Lane Kneedler, a former Chief Deputy Attorney General of Virginia, explains when the Lieutenant Governor can break a tie vote and when not. And during this week’s “News You Can Use,” you’ll learn how a bank that was too big to perform now has to pay $7,500 in sanctions for its delay in paying a $70,000 settlement.
This show is supported in part by a grant from the Virginia Law Foundation. The show is the sole responsibility of Central Virginia Legal Aid Society, and gives only general legal information. The show is heard every Wednesday from 12:30 - 1:00 p.m. on WRIR – 97.3 FM – Richmond Independent Radio – www.wrir.org, and is made possible by community radio volunteers at WRIR.