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Mark Herring

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  • McAuliffe rehires Giftgate attorneys, but why can't Herring step in?

    The governor's office has rehired private attorneys for the two dozen or so current and former state employees caught up in former Gov. Bob McDonnell's federal trial.
  • Virginia ex-governor, wife found guilty in corruption trial

    Virginia ex-governor, wife found guilty in corruption trial
    RICHMOND Va. (Reuters) - A federal jury on Thursday found former Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell and his wife guilty of accepting sweetheart loans and lavish gifts from a businessman in exchange for promoting his company. McDonnell, a Republican...

    Herring drops two banks from VRS mortgage suit

    Herring drops two banks from VRS mortgage suit
    RICHMOND — Attorney General Mark Herring has dropped two of 13 banks from a lawsuit he is perusing related to the mortgage crisis, saying he discovered that the state had already settled with them both. The rest of the case, against big banks that...

    Attorney General: Big banks defrauded Virginia's retirement system

    Attorney General: Big banks defrauded Virginia's retirement system
    Virginia has filed a lawsuit against many of the world's largest banks, arguing that they defrauded state employees, retirees and taxpayers out of hundreds of millions of dollars by lying about mortgage-backed securities that contributed to the recent...

    Virginia sues 13 banks for $1 billion over alleged mortgage bond fraud

    RICHMOND Va./WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The state of Virginia said on Tuesday that it sued units of Citigroup Inc, Deutsche Bank AG and 11 other banks, accusing them of defrauding the state's retirement fund by selling it shoddy mortgage bonds in the run-up...