A federal judge is removing several claims and two defendants in a civil trial brought forth by Martese Johnson, a former University of Virginia student.
The legal team representing Martese Johnson in his civil case got the green light to investigate some of the officers past actions.
The federal lawsuit over the arrest of former UVA student Martese Johnson is back on track. Friday, a judge denied part of a request by the state to throw out Johnson’s $3 million lawsuit.
A civil trial for Martese Johnson that was scheduled to start in October has been pushed back to July 2017.
A federal hearing has been set in the controversial arrest of Martese Johnson last year.
The federal lawsuit over the arrest of University of Virginia student Martese Johnson is moving forward after the judge denied a motion to dismiss the civil case.
One of the law firms involved in Martese Johnson's federal case has been cut. A judge has approved the move that takes Johnson's original legal team off his civil lawsuit over his arrest.
Lawyers for the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control want an amended civil lawsuit, filed by University of Virginia student Martese Johnson thrown out.
Martese Johnson, the University of Virginia student involved in a bloody encounter with state Alcoholic Beverage Control agents, has filed an amended $3 million lawsuit in federal court.
Governor McAuliffe has accepted all recommendations made by the task force established after the arrest of UVA student Martese Johnson.
Lawyers for the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control are continuing to push to have a $3 million lawsuit involving Martese Johnson thrown out.
A trial date has been set in the civil lawsuit involving Martese Johnson and Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control .The five-day jury trial is set to start on Oct. 3, 2016.
UVA student Martese Johnson, one of the featured speakers at the annual TEDx talks, spoke about the racism he experienced in 2014.
Martese Johnson, the University of Virginia student at the center of a controversial arrest, is filing a lawsuit against the Alcoholic Beverage Control.
The administrative review into the controversial arrest of UVA student Martese Johnson has been made public.
The Va ABC Enforcement Expert Review Panel has delivered its final report and recommendations on the arrest of Martese Johnson to the governor more than six weeks in advance of the Nov. 1 due date.
According to sources, the governor's office is now expected to release the administrative report of the bloody arrest of a UVA student. Initially the report was not going to be released.
Two Republican lawmakers will hold a hearing on why the public can't see a report by the Virginia State Police into the bloody arrest of UVA student Martese Johnson by state ABC agents.
A panel created back in March of 2015, finalized recommendations Wednesday to submit to Gov. McAuliffe.
Martese Johnson, the man at the center of a controversial arrest by agents with Alcoholic Beverage Control, is leading the charge to have an administrative review made public.
After reviewing the incident and the report, Virginia ABC concluded that the agents did not violate agency policy and returned these special agents to active duty Monday.
The second Virginia State Police report stemming from the controversial arrest of UVA student Martese Johnson is complete.
A state review panel is trying to figure out what, if anything, needs to change with The Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.
Commonwealth's Attorney Dave Chapman released details about the arrest that left UVA student Martese Johnson bloodied and prompted a public uproar.
Martese Johnson, the UVA student arrested by ABC agents in March, sat down with NBC29's Henry Graff for a one-on-one interview following his court hearing Friday morning.
Friday morning a Charlottesville General District Court judge accepted a motion to drop the charges in the Martese Johnson case.
Charlottesville Commonwealth's Attorney Dave Chapman is requesting to not prosecute Martese Johnson, the UVA student who was arrested by ABC agents back in March.
The debate over the law enforcement practices of the Virginia Department Alcoholic Beverage Control continues in Richmond this week.
A trial date is now set for the University of Virginia student involved in a bloody arrest on the UVA Corner in March.
A panel appointed by Governor McAuliffe to examine the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control's law enforcement activities held its first meeting Monday.
The Virginia State Police investigation into the controversial and bloody arrest of UVA student Martese Johnson by ABC agents is complete.
Governor Terry McAuliffe is unveiling his appointments to a 20-member panel that will review the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC).
A Virginia alcohol-law enforcement agency that has sparked public outrage over two high-profile arrests has investigated three complaints of excessive use of force by its officers in the last five years.
Hundreds of people marched Saturday from the UVA Rotunda to the President's house on Carr's Hill.
The UVA student newspaper, The Cavalier Daily, has issued an apology for two April Fools' Day articles satirizing the ABC arrest and themed fraternity parties.
Governor McAuliffe met with community leaders at Mt. Zion First African Baptist Church to talk about the arrest of UVA student Martese Johnson by ABC agents.
Students living on the University of Virginia Lawn are covering their doors in black tablecloths to show support for their classmate Martese Johnson.
Two lawmakers outline the next legislative steps for changing policies surrounding ABC agents enforcement powers following an event with PVCC students Monday.
UVA student Martese Johnson, whose arrest by ABC agents has sparked protests, made his first appearance in Charlottesville General District Court Thursday.
Council voted 16 to 0 Wednesday to pass a resolution that calls for ABC agents to be stripped of their law enforcement powers.
Governor McAuliffe has signed an executive order calling for more training and oversight for VA Dept. of Alcoholic Beverage Control law enforcement.
Elizabeth Daly, the UVA student arrested in 2013 when ABC agents mistook sparkling water for beer, is speaking out about the ABC's arrest of Martese Johnson last week.
The UVA student arrested by ABC agents plans to plead not guilty at his first court hearing. Martese Johnson is set for a hearing Thursday on charges of public intoxication and obstruction of justice
The group, University of Virginia Alumni for Change is rallying supporters to help Martese Johnson.
Trinity restaurant and Irish pub has served the UVA community for 7 1/2 years. The establishment issues statement on Wednesday's incident at the Corner.
Neither Charlottesville nor Albemarle County police officers took part in the arrest of UVA student Martese Johnson, but both police departments are caught in the fallout.
In the wake of the arrest of a UVA student by ABC agents, UVA Student Council held a forum with various law enforcement officials about their relationship with students.
The lawyer for 20-year-old University of Virginia student Martese Johnson say they're gearing up for a legal battle after Alcoholic Beverage Control agents arrested him.
Delegate David Toscano says he can't understand why Alcoholic Beverage Control agents are detaining students. The delegate feels that should be left up to Charlottesville police.
Some African-American leaders in Charlottesville are speaking out about the arrest of 3rd year UVA student Martese Johnson, and how his story is affecting the community.
Virginia State Police have begun a criminal and administrative investigation into the arrest of UVA student Martese Johnson by ABC agents.
Students who saw ABC officers take down UVA student Martese Johnson outside Trinity Irish Pub Wednesday are speaking out about what turned into a bloody arrest.
The arrest of a University of Virginia student by agents with Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) has set off a renewed firestorm of controversy in the community.
Virginia's Alcoholic Beverage Control is coming under fire from Governor McAuliffe, among others, for an arrest that happened early Wednesday morning on the University of Virginia corner.