Virginia is asking a judge to dismiss the $40 million lawsuit filed by a University of Virginia student at the center of a botched Alcoholic Beverage Control sting.
A $40M lawsuit against the state and seven agents with VA ABC, filed by UVA student Elizabeth Daly, is headed to federal court.
The University of Virginia student arrested when ABC agents mistook water for beer is suing for $40 million.
ABC Board Chairman J. Neal Insley and Commissioner Sandra Canada were told to clear their offices by 5 p.m. Thursday, according to the Daily Progress.
A botched ABC sting involving a UVA student last spring has propelled legislators to revive a bill to potentially consolidate state law enforcement efforts.
A UVA student has notified the state that she plans to file a civil action over her arrest by Alcohol Beverage Control agents.
Virginia ABC concluded that two agents violated department policy during an April 2013 incident involving three University of Virginia students.
Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control has revised policies after a public backlash over the wrongful arrest of a University of Virginia student.
A state police review of the wrongful arrest of a University of Virginia student by Alcohol Beverage Control agents is complete.
The Libertarian candidate for governor, Robert Sarvis, is calling for liquor law enforcement to be moved to local jurisdictions.
An Alcoholic Beverage Control official says six agents used poor judgment during a wrongful arrest of a University of Virginia student.
A high-ranking ABC official expresses concern over the wrongful arrest of a UVA student in newly released emails, calling the incident "lawsuit material."
The Rutherford Institute released a letter Monday morning calling for agents to be retrained in response to an ABC raid in Charlottesville in April.
The Virginia ABC chairman says Virginia State Police to conduct a review following the run-in between a group of UVA students and a group of undercover ABC agents.
Newly released 911 calls give a better idea of what happened the night three young women were rushed by ABC agents who mistook sparkling water for booze.
An online petition is calling on Alcoholic Beverage Control to apologize for the April incident involving a University of Virginia student.
Now that felony charges against her are dropped, people speaking out in support of a UVA student who had a chaotic run-in with ABC officers are suggesting she sue.
A trip to the grocery store to buy cookie dough, ice cream and sparkling water landed one University of Virginia student a night in jail - and now, charges have been dropped.