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    Judge assigned in Delgaudio recall case

    The Virginia Supreme Court has assigned retired Arlington County judge Paul Sheridan to hear the recall attempt against Loudoun County Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio, according to court documents.

    Loudoun County Circuit Court Judge Burke F. McCahill earlier this month requested a recusal for himself and the other local Circuit Court judges from the case brought against the four-term supervisor by more than 600 petitioners in his district.

    A hearing date has yet to be set.

    For more information on the Delgaudio case, click here.

    Comments

    Seems to be a good man!
    As Mills Lane would say “Let’s get it on!”

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