Attorney General Mark R. Herring announced today that he has reached a settlement with Trio Alarm, LLC (Trio Alarm), a Wisconsin-based seller of home security systems, for alleged violations of the Virginia Consumer Protection Act (VCPA) and the state's "bait and switch" statute.
New legislation will take effect in Virginia today, including a trio of bills from Attorney General Mark R. Herring to address Virginia's heroin and prescription drug overdose crisis.
Late today, Attorney General Mark R. Herring took the first legal steps necessary to remove the Confederate battle flag from Virginia license plates.
In a landmark 5 to 4 decision today in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges, the United States Supreme Court affirmed marriage equality for all 50 states.
Theodore M. Vann, aka Flatline, 32, of Portsmouth, Virginia, and Antwane L. Williams, aka Neno, 26, also of Portsmouth, pleaded guilty today to charges relating to their distribution of heroin in Norfolk. Vann also pleaded guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm.