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Updates on Lawsuits Involving Unite the Right Rally Organizer Jason Kessler
Online conversations are now among the evidence allowed to be collected in a federal lawsuit stemming from the 2017 white supremacist events in Charlottesville.
Charlottesville's Lee Statue Vandalized Again as Lawsuit Continues
The state of Confederate General Robert E. Lee in downtown Charlottesville has once again been vandalized with red paint.
UVA Hosting Panel Discussion on the Costs of Free Speech
The positives and negatives of free speech will be discussed at UVA Tuesday, Feb 19. Former CPD Chief Tim Longo will host the event at Newcomb Hall.
Conviction Stemming from Kessler Event Reduced to Lower Charge
Phoebe Stevens, the woman who appeared to tackle Unite the Right Rally organizer Jason Kessler, has reached an agreement with the court.
Federal Lawsuit Filed Against Charlottesville in Connection to Veteran's Arrest
The Rutherford Institute have filed a lawsuit against government officials who allowed John Miska to carry firearms through a security checkpoint only to arrest him for purchasing prohibited items.
Fields Trial Day 12: Jury Recommends Sentence of More than 400 Years for Fields
Jurors are recommending James Alex Fields, Junior be given a life sentence, plus 419 years in prison and fines totaling $480,000.
Fields Trial Day 11: Victim Statements, Forensic Psychologist Testifies, Jury Deliberates Sentencing
Jurors in the James A. Fields, Junior trial may soon be delivering their sentencing recommendation to Judge Richard Moore. They began deliberating at 3:11 p.m. Monday, Dec. 10.
Fields Trial Day 10: Jurors Finds Fields Guilty of First-Degree Murder
Jurors have found James Alex Fields, Junior guilty of first-degree murder in the death of Heather Heyer. The jury also returned guilty verdicts on all of the other charges.