The official home page of the law enforcement agency for the Safest City in the United States.
Hampton Roads Crime Solvers is a community involvement program to help stop crime in its tracks. Crime Solvers’ reason for existing is to gather the facts that law enforcement agencies need to solve unsolved crimes.
This page contains helpful information concerning the Virginia Beach Circuit Court, General District Court, and Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court. All three Courts are located in the Virginia Beach Judicial Center, 2425 Nimmo Parkway Virginia Beach, Virginia 23456.
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Users will find a wide array of legislative information contained in the Virginia General Assembly home pages. Included is general information about the legislative process and its participants as well as the full text, summaries, status history of bills and resolutions and schedules of activity. Full text searching is also available for the Code of Virginia, Virginia Administrative Code and bills and resolutions. Several legislative agencies provide information about their organizations and topics of interest related to their function. Hot-links to other state legislative information systems on the internet are also available.
The home page features links to many state offices and agencies.
The Attorney General is the chief executive officer of the Department of Law. He represents the interests of the State in all civil cases to which the Commonwealth or any of its agencies is a party, and in criminal appeals before the Virginia Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals of Virginia. In cases involving federal law, he represents the State’s interests before federal courts.
The Virginia State Bar (VSB) was created in 1938 by the General Assembly as an administrative agency of the Supreme Court of Virginia. The creation of the agency unified Virginia ‘s lawyers in a mandatory State Bar to provide for the regulation of lawyers practicing in the Commonwealth. Since that time, Virginia State Bar activities have grown to support a broad mission which includes efforts to regulate, improve, and educate members of the legal profession; and to promote the administration of justice and quality of legal services provided to Virginians.
This site is an excellent resource for obtaining overview of the justice system in Virginia. The Virginia judicial system is comprised of the Supreme Court, a Court of Appeals, circuit courts in thirty-one judicial circuits, general district and juvenile and domestic relations district courts in thirty-two districts, and magistrates in offices in thirty-two districts. Three advisory/administrative bodies have been created by the legislature to aid in the operation of the court system: the Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission, the Judicial Council, and the Committee on District Courts.
The opinions of the Fourth Circuit since January 1995 are brought to you by Emory University School of Law Library’s Courts Publishing Project (CPP), in cooperation with the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. All cases are in full text on the Web, or can be downloaded in RTF format.