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Intent to kill?
After a three-day break, the jury in the first degree murder trial of George W. Huguely IV took up deliberations. Here, a look back at the evidence and unexpected twists of a case that's divided opinion across the country.
Learn your ABC
When it comes to selling alcohol to underage teens, the Virginia ABC doesn't mess around– and they've got some secret weapons in their war against teen drinking: teens. Kroger found out the hard way last month, but the massive grocery chain is hardly the only local business to learn an expensive lesson.
Hard to watch
Michael Fassbender may deserve awards for his portrayal of a sex addict for whom pleasure has become a burden, but according to Roger Ebert, he does such a good job that it's tough to watch.
Some people call it a conscience; Janis Jaquith calls it the inner grown-up. She recently learned what happens when you don't listen to that voice of wisdom. A hint: it hurts.
Above: lead defense counsel Fran Lawrence, lead prosecutor Dave Chapman, George Huguely, and Yeardley Love. Also: Kroger at Barracks Road and red light cameras on U.S. 29.
–photos by Dave McNair, Hawes Spencer, and uvasports.com