Farmer Legal, PLLC

Farmer Legal, PLLC

Farmer Legal is a full service law office located in the Innsbrook area of Richmond, Virginia.

Farmer Legal provides a wide range of legal services for individuals and closely held businesses. Practice areas include criminal defense and appeals, Title IX defense, family law, and military/veterans' issues (UCMJ). The Outside/Inside Counsel Program offers comprehensive on-site legal services for closely held businesses from formation through dissolution.

Fairfax County schools to allow students one excused absence per year to protest

😳 FALLS CHURCH, Va. (AP) - One of the largest school districts in the United States has announced that it will allow students one excused absence per school year to participate

Virginia lawmaker’s new bill says only milk from a “hooved mammal” should be called milk Del. Barry Knight, a Virginia Beach farmer, says up-and-coming plant beverages are “capitalizing on the good name of milk.”

A statement to the IU Bloomington campus community by Provost Robel

Love. A statement to the IU Bloomington campus community by Provost & Executive Vice President Lauren Robel

The New York Times

A man who was sentenced to life in prison argued to an appeals court in Iowa that he completed his sentence because he briefly died, and then was resuscitated, at a hospital. He asked the 3-judge panel to let him get on with his life.


About time.

The NCAA voted unanimously to allow college athletes to make money from their name, image and likeness "in a manner consistent with the collegiate model."

Founders Brewing manager claims he didn’t know Black employee is Black

Don’t be this guy. Tracy Evans is Black. That’s a simple, indisputable fact. He confirms he is. As we previously reported, the former Founders employee’s race is at the...

The American Family

Every. Single. Day.


Perhaps we need a bit more of this today.

Neil Gorsuch Might Be The Supreme Court’s LGBTQ Rights Savior. But He May Not. A sharply divided Supreme Court considered whether federal law protects LGBTQ people from being fired, with Justice Neil Gorsuch emerging as the possible route to equality victory.

Grand theft cases drop 33 percent in Va. since new law raised felony arrest threshold to $500 The Richmond woman in her early 20s was in a tough spot financially, her attorney said, so in an effort to make ends meet, she stole some clothes and other

Virginia tax refund checks are in the mail. Don't toss out this envelope. Almost 2.7 million checks are on the way to Virginia taxpayers with a one-time refund from a political compromise over a state windfall from federal tax reforms.

[09/23/19]   If you have received an email from me encouraging you to open and review your “Closing Documents”, you should disregard the message unless you know that you have a closing coming up with me.

Also, I don’t do closings.

The News & Advance

A Virginia jail has ended a program which inmates dubbed the "God Pod" after a lawsuit alleged the program provided favorable treatment to Christians and discriminated against Muslims.

Study credits HARP program with reducing recidivism | Chesterfield Observer A study conducted by Virginia Commonwealth University credits the county jail's Helping Addicts Recover Permanently program with saving lives and reducing recidivism. The 15-month evaluation of t

Oregon rancher receives government request to survey his property – read his brilliant response Do THIS the next time the government comes knocking at your door.

Tension between Chesterfield police and reform-minded prosecutor is local example of nationwide ideological clash Chesterfield County Commonwealth's Attorney Scott Miles has riled members of the county's law enforcement establishment, who say he has acted unilaterally in implementing his own drug diversion program without any

This School Gives Students PE Credit For Doing Yard Work For The Elderly And People With Disabilities Forget dodgeball, soccer or other boring drills. One school is swapping out these traditional physical education activities for yard work. Students at the Alternative Learning Center (ALC) in Dubuque, Iowa, can now receive physical education credit when they help senior citizens or people with disab...

'We must do better': Just 10% of Richmond students are ready for college, jobs

“It’s devastating," said Superintendent Jason Kamras, who took over the school system last year. "We, the adults, have failed our kids for years." Only 1 in 10 Richmond high school students are ready for college and careers, a sobering new statistic for a school system already in possession of the state's lowest graduation

Police in Oregon digitally removed tattoos from man's mugshot, leading to arrest. Now, a judge will weigh in. Prosecutors say the move was necessary because the suspect could have been wearing makeup. His attorney says admitting the evidence could have worrisome implications.

NAACP challenges legality of Confederate names on Hanover schools A local chapter of the NAACP has filed a federal lawsuit against Hanover County and its school board over two schools that commemorate Confederate leaders, making a novel legal argument

Chesterfield Circuit Court clerk's office is closed after suspicious substance delivered in mail A suspicious substance received in the mail on Wednesday morning at the Chesterfield County Courthouse has forced authorities to close the circuit court clerk's office until further notice. The rest

UPDATE: Security at Chesterfield courthouse tightened after attorney attacked at nearby office Security at the main Chesterfield County courthouse has been tightened after an attorney was severely beaten Wednesday in a nearby office building where he works.

Cesar Sayoc, Who Mailed Pipe Bombs to Trump Critics, Is Sentenced to 20 Years

If a pipe bomb is inoperable, is it still a bomb?

#JunkInABox Mr. Sayoc sent the bombs to prominent Democrats, setting off a frenzied investigation that unnerved the country before last year’s midterm elections.

Emojis are increasingly coming up in court cases. Judges are struggling with how to interpret them Can a knife emoji double as a threat to kill someone? Does a heart emoji from a manager constitute sexual harassment?

A man stole a car with kids inside, so the dad and bystanders beat him to death, cops say

Philly’s justice system is faster than most. Crowded roads allowed mom and dad to chase down the car and yank him from the driver’s seat.

Chesterfield County Police

We have recently received some complaints and questions regarding golf carts vs. low-speed vehicles.

When it comes to golf carts, the code section is 46.2-916.3. Here’s what you need to know: In Chesterfield County, golf carts are not allowed on any public highway (roads in subdivisions are considered highways). In fact, they are only allowed in areas with golf courses. So, if you aren't using the vehicle to cross from one golf course to another, or from the golf course to your house on a road with a speed limit no more than 35 mph, you can't do it. (Your house must be within one-half mile distance from the course.)

Low-speed vehicles, which are covered by Virginia code sections 46.2-908.2 and 46.2-908.3, may be operated on public highways where the maximum speed limit is no greater than 35 miles per hour and their use has not been prohibited by posted signs. Low-speed vehicles must be titled and registered and they must be operated by a licensed operator. Every low-speed vehicle operated on a public highway must have the following equipment: head lights, brake lights, tail lights, reflex reflectors, an emergency or parking brake, an externally mounted rearview mirror, an internally mounted rearview mirror, a windshield, one or more windshield wipers, a speedometer, an odometer, braking for each wheel, a safety belt system, and a vehicle identification number.

When it comes to golf carts and low-speed vehicles, it is important to know what you’re driving and where you’re permitted to drive it. If you’re not sure if your vehicle qualifies as a low-speed vehicle, read Virginia code sections 46.2-908.2 and 46.2-908.3.

National Review

In her recent opinion, Judge Amy Coney Barrett holds universities legally responsible for their woke ideology.

The Divorce Rate Is at a 40-Year Low, Unless You’re 55 or Older Today, younger married couples are less likely to split up than they once were, but, at the same time, the rate of divorce for older generations has increased in a phenomenon known as “gray” divorce.

House votes against curtailing warrantless collection of Americans' data The House on Tuesday rejected an amendment that would have limited the government's ability to collect Americans' personal communications without a warrant.

Over-Enrolled, Virginia Tech Offers Some Incoming Students Alternate Options

"My father ... when I initially told him, he's like oh 100% you should do this, it's a great offer," Emmanuel Mahgerefteh says. "You'd be saving so much money, you'd get to be back home. And then from there, I was just struck with so many mixed thoughts." The university is making 1,500 incoming freshmen eligible for financial incentives to delay enrollment, such as a gap year stipend. Now, some students are pondering whether or not to take them.

Chesterfield County Police

Manchester High School on lockdown after report of student with gun The Chesterfield police department says that the school is on lock down as a precaution.

State approves naming Amherst bridge after fallen officer The Commonwealth Transportation Board during its May meeting approved naming a bridge in Amherst in honor of Lucas B. Dowell, a Virginia State Police trooper who killed while serving in

10 people overdosed in Chesterfield in 48 hours last weekend - three of them died

The overdoses started at 3:30 a.m. Friday and continued unabated until 3:30 a.m. Sunday, according to police incident reports. Police and EMS crews responded to six of the ten overdoses on Friday alone. The victims were found at residences, motels, service stations, a parking lot, in a roadway and a commercial building. Ten suspected drug overdoses came within 48 hours last weekend in Chesterfield County. Three victims died, making it the deadliest weekend span since five people fatally overdosed in 52 hours

Trump pardons former Army Ranger convicted of killing Iraqi Michael Behenna was convicted of killing an Iraqi prisoner in 2009.

Richmond Times-Dispatch

Chesterfield County's new pilot program, which had its soft launch in April, provides van service to residents who either have a disability, live in a low-income household, or have reached age 60. The cost to the rider for each one-way trip is just $6, with the county picking up the rest.

Parrot clams up after it was detained for warning owners of law enforcement presence in drug raid An unnamed parrot that was trained by drug dealers to alert them of police presense, wont speak after being detained.

Norfolk court doesn't have to dismiss marijuana charges like prosecutors want, Virginia Supreme Court panel says

Va. Sup. Ct.: Prosecutor may not dismiss marijuana charges. A three-justice panel of the Virginia Supreme Court has dismissed a request from Norfolk prosecutors to order the Norfolk Circuit Court to dismiss two marijuana-possession charges they sought to have

UPDATE: Virginia lawmakers vote to scrap license suspensions for unpaid court fees

Huge. The Virginia Senate and the House of Delegates on Wednesday voted to scrap Virginia's policy of suspending driver’s licenses of people who can’t pay their court fees and fines. Proponents

Lynchburg Office of the Commonwealth's Attorney

Today we celebrated our first Drug Court graduate!Time will tell what this means for our graduate’s long-term sobriety. What we do know is that this person made a tremendous and positive change. Our Circuit Court and community partners provided the tools, guidance, and accountability needed for this person to overcome obstacles and succeed.

Bill passes to allow murder charge against dealer who sells drug in fatal overdose After years of effort, Virginia lawmakers are close to giving prosecutors an improved ability to charge drug dealers when their customers overdose and die.


BILL PASSED: A bill that would charge drug dealers with murder if their customer dies of an overdose is now headed to Gov. Northam's desk.

The Supreme Court Just Struck a Huge, Unanimous Blow Against Policing for Profit The landmark decision represents a broad agreement on the Supreme Court that law enforcement’s legalized theft has gone too far.

The startling toll on children who witness domestic violence is just now being understood Witnessing abuse carries the same risk of harm to children's mental health and learning as if the children had been abused directly, new research shows

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