A Republican delegate and a Democratic senator huddled in the corner of a courtroom Tuesday afternoon, trying to make out what was said on a garbled audio recording that captured some of the expletives hurled in a heated altercation last month in a Richmond radio studio. “Is that: ‘I will f**king knock you down’?” asked […] The post Judge dismisses restraining orders against Sen. Joe Morrissey over radio show outburst appeared first on Virginia Mercury.
Joe Morrissey Named D3Baseball.com Region 5 Rookie of the Year; Joins Danny Sheeler On Region 5 Second Team
Washington College rising sophomore pitcher Joe Morrissey (Moorestown, N.J. / Moorestown) was named the 2022 D3baseball.com All-District 5 Rookie of the Year and also captured Second Team All-District accolades, it was announced by the publication on Tuesday. In addition, rising junior first baseman Danny Sheeler (Towson, Md. / Loyola Blakefield) was also selected to the Second Team All-District squad.
Two employees of a Richmond-area radio station took out restraining orders against Sen. Joe Morrissey, D-Richmond, claiming the lawmaker’s angry outburst earlier this month over a producer’s comment about his abortion stance left them fearing for their safety. An Alexandria General District Court judge, apparently filling in for Richmond judges who avoided an issue involving […] The post Radio producers get restraining orders against Sen. Joe Morrissey after studio blowup appeared first on Virginia Mercury.
2022 Centennial Conference Pitcher of the Year Joe Morrissey joins us in this week's Washington College Sports Spotlight. Morrisey, who became the first Shoreman to win Centennial Conference Pitcher of the Year honors since 1994 (Keith Whiteford), put together one of the most dominant seasons in program history and ranked among the conference leaders in several major categories. The right-hander led the circuit in wins (7), strikeouts (program-record 95), complete-games (2) and shutouts (2). The two-time league Pitcher of the Week finished second in earned run average (2.35), innings pitched (69.0), starts (11) and strikeouts per game (12.39). In addition, the seven victories equals the most by a freshman in league history. The 95 strikeouts are the most by a freshman in Centennial Conference history and the fourth-highest total ever. Even more, the NCBWA Rookie of the Week (3/23/22), is just the second Centennial Conference pitcher ever to whiff 10 or more batters in five different games.
Sen.Joe Morrissey pushes for creation of public defender's office in Henrico County that no one asked for
Sen. Joe Morrissey has proposed a bill that would establish by January 2023 a public defender’s office in Henrico County, where local officials say they did not ask for the legislation and some local attorneys say it’s not needed. Public defenders represent people facing criminal charges who cannot...
Virginia’s now-former governor has pardoned a state senator who was jailed after a sex scandal that involved a 17-year-old receptionist at his law firm. Democratic Sen. Joe Morrissey later married the receptionist. He told The Associated Press on Friday that he’s grateful for Northam’s pardon of the misdemeanor charge....
Gov. Ralph Northam has pardoned Sen. Joe Morrissey, D-Richmond, for a misdemeanor count of contributing to the delinquency of a minor related to his relationship with a 17-year-old assistant who later became his wife. Morrissey, then a delegate, was convicted in 2014. He and his wife Myrna are now raising...
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam issued an eleventh-hour pardon to state Sen. Joe Morrissey, who was convicted in 2014 for a misdemeanor count over a relationship with a 17-year-old receptionist at his law firm who later became his wife.
Blair Dacey, who was 18-years-old in 2014 when a judge sentenced her to 20 years in prison, will be home by Christmas, Morrissey said.
COLONIAL HEIGHTS, Va. -- State Senator Joe Morrissey (D - Richmond) said convicted murderer Blair Dacey deserved to get out of prison early on a conditional pardon. "I can't think of anyone more deserving of a conditional pardon than Blair Dacey," Morrissey, the disbarred former Richmond Commonwealth's Attorney who said he has worked with Dacey pro bono for the last seven years, said. "One of the greatest miscarriages of justice in giving 20 years to this teenager."
Richmond was the only locality of five Virginia cities to reject their casino proposal. One Casino and Resort project would’ve been built on the city’s Southside.