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Jury acquits former Law student of charges

After fabricating a story of police misconduct last March, former University Law student Johnathan Perkins was acquitted of honor charges this summer and received his law degree, which had previously been withheld. Law School Dean Paul Mahoney said in an email that the school informed Perkins that it would provide a statement regarding the honor charges and underlying circumstances to any state bar to which he applies.

Police arrest 18 occupiers

[caption id="attachment_48760" align="alignleft" width="179" caption="Charlottesville Police arrested 18 protesters late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning after they stayed in Lee Park past the City's 11 p.m.

Vehicle collides with bicyclist

[caption id="attachment_48336" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="An accident involving two University students took place at the intersection of Alderman and Ivy roads Monday evening.

Bergner shares

Jeffrey Bergner, former assistant secretary of state for legislative affairs, and Gerald Warburg, professor of public policy and assistant dean of external affairs in the Batten School, co-hosted an informal discussion last night on upcoming foreign policy challenges during the 2012 election year. Warburg invited Bergner, who served under the administration of President George W.

Panel discusses trafficking

[caption id="attachment_47807" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="The Women's Center hosted a panel last night on human trafficking.

Judge delays ruling on medical records

[caption id="attachment_47469" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Fran Lawrence, right, represents George Huguely, the former University student and lacrosse player charged with the murder of his former girlfriend, Yeardley Love.

Huguely files motion

[caption id="attachment_47397" align="alignleft" width="239" caption="This evening Circuit Court will address the motion on behalf of George Huguely's defense to access Yeardley Love's medical records.

Gov. holds conference

[caption id="attachment_47052" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Members of the Virginia Sierra Club disapprove of the Governor's approach to alternative energy sources.

Occupy Charlottesville meets downtown

[caption id="attachment_46811" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="The meeting hosted nearly 100 individuals who discussed common sources of discontent in Charlottesville.

Council tables vote on dam

Charlottesville City Council placated concerned citizens and interest groups by tabling the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority's regional water supply plan at its meeting last night. The water supply plan compares the 50-year demand forecast for each public water system within the region with the existing available supply.

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