Filibustering for the Greater Good
Watching a legislative body set up new legislative districts in conformity to new Census date is a sight to behold. The main concern is not to be fair or to set up districts with compatible interest, or any other positive motive; the concern is self-preservation and self-preservation alone. In 1982, the Virginia House of DelegatesRead More
My controversial 1980 vote in favor of Martin Luther King, Jr Day.
As hard as it may seem now, back in 1980 when I was a member of the Virginia General Assembly a bill was introduced to add Martin Luther King, Jr. to those honored on the third Monday of January each year. Virginia honored Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson on that day back then. Feelings ran high andRead More
Finding the Common Ground
When I first ran for the Virginia House of Delegates I was relatively unknown in my district. My wife had been born and raised in the district but I had lived there for only a few years. My district was a multi-Member district that would elect two Delegates. There were five candidates. The District was large geographically, coveringRead More
Free Consultations | Richmond Personal Injury Attorney | Wayne O’Bryan
In this video, David O’Bryan, an attorney at the O’Bryan Law Firm, discusses the fact that the firm offers free consultations. He enjoys talking to people, and he tries to give them as much advice as he can during each free consultation. As best he can, he tries to tell the people who come inRead More
How did Wayne O’Bryan get into law?
In this video, Richmond attorney Wayne O’Bryan describes how he got into law. First and foremost, he says that he wants to help people. He believes that this area of the law – personal injury law, especially auto accident law – is the place where he can do the most good. Not only do victims of carRead More