Robert Barksdale was 16 years old when he was charged with armed robbery. Today, he says he's on a better path in life.
A law school professor weighs in on the potential future of the jailed — but re-elected — state lawmaker, who is now facing new felony charges.
A grand jury has indicted Virginia State Delegate Joe Morrissey on four felony counts in connection with earlier charges for having sex with an underage girl.
Lawyers for the son of the late Marion Barry say he will turn himself over to police following an incident at a local bank in which he cursed at a teller and destroyed a security camera.
The goal, say supporters of the legislation, is to ensure that more cases make it into the justice system instead of being handled solely by college administrations.
Joe Morrissey traveled from jail to be sworn in to his House of Delegates seat on Wednesday.
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