Jury to continue deliberations in trial of ex-La. congressman found with cash in freezer

Deliberations to continue in Jefferson’s trial

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — A jury is scheduled to resume deliberations in the corruption trial of a former Louisiana congressman who had $90,000 hidden in his freezer.

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Jury deliberates, still no verdict in trial of ex-La. congressman found with cash in freezer

Deliberations continue in ex-congressman’s trial

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — A jury has ended its second day of deliberations without reaching a verdict in the corruption trial of a former Louisiana congressman who had $90,000 hidden in his freezer.

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Judge: Creditors can vote on new Vick bankruptcy plan, but future income still uncertain

Creditors to vote on Vick bankruptcy plan

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. — Though a judge ruled that Michael Vick’s bankruptcy plan can be sent to creditors to vote on, it remains unclear how the out-of-work quarterback will get the income to pay them.

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Vick says he’s ‘getting close’ to signing with football team but withholds details

Vick says he’s ‘getting close’ to a deal

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. — Michael Vick said Thursday that he is getting close to signing with a professional football team but refused to elaborate.

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Jury to hear closing arguments in bribery trial of former La. congressman Jefferson

Closing arguments set for ex-congressman’s trial

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — A jury is scheduled to hear closing arguments Wednesday in the bribery trial of a former Louisiana congressman whose case gained notoriety after a search of his home turned up $90,000 cash hidden in a freezer.

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Va. pastor to spend 10 months behind bars for stealing more than $200K

Va. pastor sentenced for stealing more than $200K

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — A Virginia Beach pastor will spend 10 months behind bars for stealing more than $200,000 from his former church and its insurance company. Kenneth L. Montgomery was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison, with all but 10 months suspended.

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American al-Qaida from Va. sentenced to life term for Bush assassination plot

American al-Qaida sentenced to life for Bush plot

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — A Virginia man was sentenced Monday to life in prison for joining al-Qaida and plotting to assassinate then-President George W. Bush, a more severe penalty than the original 30 years he received after his 2005 conviction.

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American al-Qaida member from Va. to be resentenced for Bush assassination plot

American al-Qaida to be resentenced for Bush plot

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — A Virginia man convicted of joining al-Qaida and plotting to assassinate then-President George W. Bush is due back in court for resentencing.

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Defense wraps up at bribery trial of La. congressman accused of hiding cash in freezer

Closing arguments next week in freezer cash trial

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Defense lawyers for a former Louisiana congressman accused of taking bribes and hiding $90,000 in his freezer have presented their case to a federal jury.

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Lawyer: Former Va. Tech counseling center director inadvertently took student gunman’s files

Lawyer: Va. Tech gunman files taken inadvertently

RICHMOND, Va. — The former head of a Virginia Tech counseling center accidentally packed mental health files of student gunman Seung-Hui Cho along with personal documents when he left his job more than a year before Cho killed 32 people on campus, a lawyer said Thursday.

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