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Justice Matters with Bryan Porter: Lessons in leadership, part three

This is the third in a series of columns focused on lessons I have learned during my 27 years in law enforcement. Previous columns...

Your Views: Times columnists need viewpoint diversity

To the editor: I ask that you seek a greater diversity of views among those you feature in the yellow-background columns on the weekly opinion...

Justice Matters with Bryan Porter: Lessons in law enforcement

This is the second in a series of columns focused on lessons I have learned during my 27 years in law enforcement. The first...

Alexandria man convicted of rape

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] Steven Orellana, a 32-year-old Alexandria resident, was convicted of rape by a jury in Alexandria Circuit Court yesterday, according to...

Justice Matters with Bryan Porter: Lessons in leadership

I would like to share some valuable lessons I have learned during my 27 years in law enforcement as a police officer, assistant prosecutor...

Justice Matters with Bryan Porter: Changes in law enforcement

As I noted in my last column, I recently celebrated my 20th year in the Office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney, the past eight as...

Holiday theft down in the city

By Olivia Anderson | [email protected] The holiday season is in full swing, and with it comes the possibility of residential and commercial theft as well. Although...

Justice Matters with Bryan Porter: The arc of a law enforcement...

Later this month, I will celebrate my 20- year anniversary in the Alexandria Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office and am finishing up the last months of...

Bondsman in Karla Dominguez case charged

By Olivia Anderson and Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] Content warning: This story contains graphic details related to sexual assault. The bail bondsman in the Karla Dominguez...

Justice Matters with Bryan Porter: COVID-19 and the courthouse

The COVID-19 virus continues to wreak havoc on Alexandria courthouse functions. While the length of dockets and the pace of courtroom hearings has significantly...