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Fairfax deputy county attorney could lose job over handling of Geer case

Fairfax deputy county attorney could lose job over handling of Geer case

Officials are trying to oust the person who advised police to withhold records in the deadly shooting.

Va. House speaker accused of using hardball tactics to rush ethics measure

Va. House speaker accused of using hardball tactics to rush ethics measure

Six Democratic delegates say the bill might have failed had they been given more time on “glaring deficiencies.”

Richmond mayor is set to step down as state Democratic Party chairman

Dwight Jones is expected to announce his departure this weekend.

Fairfax board votes to increase salaries for county supervisors

Board members approved measure to raise salaries to $95,000 per year from $75,000

Alexandria city manager proposes no tax rate increase

Many homeowners are likely to see higher tax bills due to assessment increases but no new taxes or fees.

Legislative session a mixed bag for McAuliffe

Legislative session a mixed bag for McAuliffe

The Democratic governor got some — but not all — of what he wanted from the GOP-controlled legislature.

County attorney’s office in Fairfax will change as a result of John Geer case

County attorney’s office in Fairfax will change as a result of John Geer case

The office of County Attorney David P. Bobzien will be reorganized, but it’s not clear what changes will be made.

Veteran Fairfax supervisor Gross faces challenger in Democratic primary

Veteran Fairfax supervisor Gross faces challenger in Democratic primary

Amid frustration over redevelopment efforts, local activist takes on longtime Mason District incumbent.

Fairfax County to create commission in wake of Geer shooting controversy

Police commission will deal with communication problems that also plague county attorney’s office.

Former Fairfax board chair Hanley appointed to county electoral board

Katherine Hanley will help oversee elections in Va.’s largest jurisdiction as county electoral board member

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The John Geer case: 18 months and still no decision on charges

The Justice Department’s ruling in Ferguson case offers possible insights into fate of Geer case at federal level.

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Fairfax deputy county attorney could lose job over handling of Geer case

Officials are trying to oust the person who advised police to withhold records in the deadly shooting.

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Geer case has Fairfax supervisors taking another look at attorney

Lawmakers want answers from the county attorney about a probe of the police shooting of an unarmed man.

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Fairfax prosecutor asked state police to investigate Fairfax police shooting

Frustrated by obstruction from the county attorney Raymond F. Morrogh asked outside agency to investigate.

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