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Attorney: Documents further prove Roy Watford's innocence

CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) — The attorney for Roy Watford has filed more court documents, which he believes further proves Watford’s innocence in a 1977 rape case. 219 more words

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$1.45M federal grant to help launch human trafficking task force in Hampton Roads

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring, along with local and state officials, announced Wednesday that a $1.45 million federal grant has been secured to help create a task force to combat human trafficking in Hampton Roads. 314 more words

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Convictions vacated for two cases of the so-called 'Norfolk Four'

RICHMOND, Va. (AP/WAVY) —  A federal judge vacated the convictions of two of the so-called “Norfolk Four” during a hearing in Richmond Monday.

Danial Williams and Joseph Dick are former sailors who have long claimed police coerced them into falsely confessing to the rape and murder of Michelle Moore-Bosko nearly two decades ago. 360 more words

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AG motions court to dismiss petition for Chesapeake man in 1977 rape case

CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) — The Office of Attorney General Mark Herring has motioned for the Virginia Supreme Court to dismiss a petition for writ of innocence for one Chesapeake man. 253 more words

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AG Herring unveils new police, community relations program

HAMPTON, Va. (WAVY) — Attorney General Mark Herring on Monday introduced a new program for teens focused on police and community relations.

“Kids don’t know what they don’t know. 279 more words

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Virginia AG Mark Herring to introduce police and community program

HAMPTON, Va. (WAVY) – Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring will introduce a new program aimed at improving interactions between police and the community.

The event will take place on Monday at the 16th Annual Virginia School and Campus Safety Training Forum at the Hampton Roads Convention Center. 17 more words

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Virginia AG, feds teaming up to fight human trafficking

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia’s attorney general and federal officials are teaming up to fight human trafficking in the state.

Attorney General Mark Herring joined Maria Odom, chair of the U.S. 101 more words

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