A U.S. District Court judge has thrown out all charges against the top management of Farmers Bank, Windsor, Va.

Richard J. Holland, chairman of the $79 million-asset bank, and his son Richard Jr., its president, were charged with making illegal loans to a local real estate developer in 1991 and 1992. The charges, filed by the state prosecutor's office, stem from a Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. investigation that led to a 1993 cease-and-desist order, which was terminated in 1994.

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