The following law-related web sites contain a variety of useful information. The content of these web sites, however, is not under our control. While, based on their source, the information is generally reliable, these links are included for informational purposes only and not as legal advice. Visiting these or any other law-related sites on the internet is not a substitute for consulting with an experienced, qualified attorney admitted to practice in the state in which you reside or do business.

Maintained by the Law School of Cornell University, this is probably the largest free online law library.

Maintained by the Library of Congress, this site (named after Thomas Jefferson) is a repository of information about legislative activity in the current and past Congresses.

The Code of Virginia online. Hint: the “Table of Contents” and “Popular Name” listing of Virginia acts and laws are likely to be more useful than the general “Search” function.

The State Corporation Commission web site includes information concerning corporations, limited partnerships and limited liability companies doing business in Virginia.. The SCC also regulates Virginia utility companies, state-chartered financial institutions, and insurance companies authorized to write insurance in Virginia.

The Bentley Law Office accepts representation in criminal matters only on exceptional occasions. The above link is to a directory of attorneys who have identified themselves as criminal defense attorneys practicing in Virginia. We expressly disclaim any intention to recommend any of the attorneys in this directory.

For the Firm’s radio and television station clients, the FCC’s Rules as they were in effect on October 1, 2008. Rules may have changed. The printed and online versions of the Code of Federal Regulations are updated annually. To be certain you have the most current version of the rule, it is necessary to consult the List of CFR Sections Affected,

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