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Court rules former Gov. Bob McDonnell can be free during appeal process

Richmond, Va. – The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit has ruled that former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell will not have to report to prison during the appeal of his corruption convictions. 202 more words

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Court: Ex-Virginia Gov. McDonnell Will Be Free During Appeal

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A federal appeals court has approved former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell’s request to remain free while he appeals his corruption convictions. 107 more words

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Court: Ex-Virginia Gov. McDonnell will be free during appeal

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A federal appeals court has approved former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell’s request to remain free while he appeals his corruption convictions. 128 more words

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Va. State Bar suspends McDonnell’s law license

RICHMOND, Va. (WAVY) – Former Gov. Bob McDonnell’s law license has been suspended as a result of his conviction on 11 federal corruption charges, the Virginia State Bar announced Friday. 247 more words

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Va. State Bar suspends McDonnell's law license

RICHMOND, Va. (WAVY) – Former Gov. Bob McDonnell’s law license has been suspended as a result of his conviction on 11 federal corruption charges, the Virginia State Bar announced Friday. 176 more words

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Former Governor Bob McDonnell's Law License Revoked

RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — The Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board has stripped former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell of his law license.

The Virginia State Bar said in a release that McDonnell’s license to practice law in the Commonwealth is suspended, effective January 29, based on his conviction on 11 public corruption charges. 78 more words

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Maureen McDonnell sentencing guidelines call for 5 to 6 and 1/2 years in prison, report says

The U.S. probation office has determined that federal sentencing guidelines call for former Virginia first lady Maureen McDonnell to spend as many as six and a half years in prison – ‘a stiff term that she is unlikely to receive, but will nonetheless serve to guide the judge deciding her fate’, according to a report from the Washington Post. 114 more words

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