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An attorney for the parents of two Virginia Tech students killed in a 2007 massacre argues that the state's request to throw out a jury's negligence verdict is "fatally flawed."
The commonwealth of Virginia is asking a judge to honor a $100,000 cap on damages in a successful wrongful-death lawsuit brought by the parents of two Virginia Tech students who were among 33 killed in a shooting rampage on the Blacksburg campus nearly five years ago.