News & Media Coverage
Here you will find a collection of articles and videos about various cases Mr. Stepanovich has been involved in over the last several years.
Judge tosses out discriminatory laws adopted…
Congregation Rabbinical College of Tartikov, Inc. v. Village of Pomona, New York
December 7, 2017
Tartikov Press Release Opinion & Order, Case 7:07-cv-06304 (KMK), US District Court, Southern District of New York
Federal Court voids all discriminatory laws adopted…
Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act was passed unanimously by Congress and signed by President…read more
Local cities paid $5 million in the past two years to settle accident claims involving police officers, firefighters and others who operate city vehicles. Staff, 13News Now 8:40 p.m. EDT October 29, 2013 NORFOLK--$5 million could go a long way to help cash-strapped...read more
NORFOLK The death of a baby boy at a Little Creek day care center two years ago brought anger, investigations and eventually criminal charges. No one hesitated to call Dylan Cummings' death a tragedy. But Thursday, Circuit Judge Charles E. Poston sent a clear message...read more
NORFOLK Tammy Futrell, the director of a day care where a 7-week old baby died, did not commit felony homicide, a judge ruled Thursday. Norfolk Circuit Court Judge Charles E. Poston ordered the felony homicide charge against Futrell dismissed Thursday, citing that the...read more
Mr. Stepanovich obtained a jury award on behalf of a doctor beaten by a patient in a Virginia Beach psychiatric clinic a $5.35 million judgment.
The companies own and operate…read more
John Stepanovich appealed the ruling all the way to the Virginia Supreme Court. Thankfully, Circuit Judge Glen Tyler reversed the orders of the lower court and Abraham was returned to the full custody of his parents. Stepanovich hailed the Circuit Court ruling as a...read more
A few years ago, Abraham Cherrix, a courageous 16 year old with Hodgkin's disease, from Accomack County, Virginia along with his family, decided to stand up to the government and fight his cancer their way. But they needed help. John Stepanovich joined in to defend...read more