Category: Stafford County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office

Where’s Vanessa Griffin? Not in Aquia, But in Paul Milde’s Pocket!

It wouldn’t be an election in Stafford without a residency controversy. And, Stafford’s non-resident Commonwealth Attorney Eric Olsen is at the center of controversy again – this time sweeping someone else’s residency issue under the rug. Aquia School Board Candidate

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Olsen Loves Jury Trials, Unless He’s on Trial

In case you missed it earlier today, the petition for a Writ of Quo Warranto by David Johnston, challenging Eric Olsen’s residency, was dismissed on procedural grounds by Judge Ferris. It wasn’t dismissed because it lacked merit, as some sources

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PWC Judge Denies Writ of Quo Warranto in Olsen Case on Procedural Grounds, Merits Not Heard

This afternoon Eric “Law & Order” Olsen was in court to answer questions on whether he was a resident of Stafford County and, thus, eligible to run for Stafford County Commonwealth’s attorney. Prince William County Judge Lon Edward Ferris, Stafford

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Breaking News: PWC Judge to Hold Hearing in Case Against Eric Olsen Tomorrow

UPDATE: The hearing time is actually 2 pm tomorrow. It will also be taking place at Stafford County Circuit Court. In a dramatic development this afternoon, LeavingMyMarc.com has learned that a Prince William County Judge has ordered a hearing for

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What is The Truth About Eric Olsen?

In 2008, when Eric Olsen ran for Fredericksburg Commonwealth’s Attorney he had the following to say about his residency, “I have lived in the city [of Fredericksburg] my whole life.” In the voter’s guide that was just published by the

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The Virginia Administrative Code’s Residency Requirements

We’ve written extensively on various issues (see here, here and here) involving a recent lawsuit filed by Stafford County resident David Johnston challenging Eric “Law & Order” Olsen’s qualification to be on the ballot as a candidate for the Office

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Another Day, Another Law Broken By Olsen?!

Unless you have been living under a rock, you are no doubt already aware of the lawsuit filed this past Friday by Stafford County resident David Johnston challenging Eric “Law & Order” Olsen’s qualification to be on the ballot as

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