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Credibility Finding Cites ‘Halting’ Testimony (access required)

A claimant denied unemployment benefits on employer’s statement that claimant failed to report for work and never again contacted employer has his case remanded by the Norfolk Circuit Court to the Virginia Employment Commission for further review; the Appeals Examiner said claimant’s “halting” testimony made him less credible, when in fact he suffers from a ...

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