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LAM v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding evidence sufficient to support appellant?s conviction for driving after having been declared a habitual offender

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BARKSDALE v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court?s finding evidence sufficient to convict appellant of two counts of robbery and two counts of using a firearm during the course of a felony

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TAFE v. HACKEMEYER

Summary affirmance ? Questions Presented (1) through (3) are barred pursuant to Rule 5A:18; finding that a complete transcript or statement of facts of the June 30, 2004 hearing is indispensable to a determination of Question Presented (4), the appeal is dismissed insofar as it pertains to that issue

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FRAIERSON v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court?s finding evidence sufficient to convict appellant of possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and possession of heroin

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WILLIAMS v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to suppress and finding evidence sufficient to convict appellant of possessing a firearm after previously having been convicted of a felony

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MCNEAL v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding evidence sufficient to convict appellant of possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and possession of a firearm while in possession of cocaine

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D?AMBROSIO v. D?AMBROSIO

Trial court did not err in its modification of the custody decree to award medical decision-making capacity to appellee; trial court erred in prohibiting appellant from making ?defamatory comments? to ?third parties?

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MULLIN v. MULLIN

Trial court did not err in ruling that father?s support obligation would continue beyond child?s high school graduation, in awarding attorney?s fees to mother and in ordering father to reimburse mother for both the cost of providing health insurance for the children and for a portion of her monthly out-of-pocket medical expenses

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CITLAND, LTD. v. COMMONWEALTH ex rel. KILGORE

Trial court erred in dismissing the Virginia Administrative Process Act appeal filed by appellant as Code Section 3.1-336.5(A)(1) does not grant the Attorney General discretion to exclude appellant from the directory because of nonpayment of proposed penalties for alleged violations of the tobacco statutes

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PRIZZIA v. PRIZZIA

Appeal dismissed as this Court lacks jurisdiction to consider the merits of appellant?s appeal because the December 30 order is not an appealable interlocutory order as it does not adjudicate the principles of the cause

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HALES v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err by refusing the proffered jury instruction and in finding evidence sufficient to support appellant?s conviction for burglary

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CHARLES v. LITE?TECH, INC. , et al.

Commission did not err in finding that claimant?s right wrist carpal tunnel syndrome was a compensable consequence of his initial compensable injury, that his change-in-condition application was timely filed, and that claimant reasonably marketed his residual work capacity

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LITE?TECH, INC., et al. v. CHARLES

Commission did not err in finding that claimant?s right wrist carpal tunnel syndrome was a compensable consequence of his initial compensable injury, that his change-in-condition application was timely filed, and that claimant reasonably marketed his residual work capacity

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TYLER v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in admitting a certificate of analysis as evidence proved with reasonable certainty that the seized items had not been altered, substituted, or contaminated prior to analysis

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RUFFIN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding evidence sufficient to support appellant?s conviction of possession of cocaine in violation of Code Section 18.2-250

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ROCK v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not abuse its discretion by admitting the victim impact testimony during the sentencing proceeding as the murder victim?s brother and mother of his children satisfied the legal definition of victim under Code Section 19.2-11.01(B)

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SNYDER v. COUNTY OF YORK (FIRE), et al.

Commission did not err in denying claimants? motion to reopen the record and for a remand to submit additional medical evidence in support of their claim and in finding that the evidence proved that the deceased?s lung cancer was caused by his cigarette smoking and not his occupational exposure to toxic substances

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GHODS v. MUSICK

Trial court did not err in finding the evidence as presented before the Commissioner sufficient to establish desertion as the basis for divorce, requiring wife to pay husband the difference between his full retirement benefits and his reduced retirement benefits and awarding husband 95% of the marital home

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SAMMAN v. STEBER

Trial court did not err in awarding sole custody of the parties? minor child to wife, considering the case as an initial custody determination, qualifying a witness as an expert in the law of international child abduction, finding appellant?s treating therapist?s testimony insufficient to adequately address appellant?s mental health and ensure a safe environment for the child

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JOHNSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in convicting appellant of driving as a habitual offender; trial court erred in admitting certificate of analysis into evidence

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MARCHIOLI-ACRA v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding evidence sufficient to convict appellant of taking indecent liberties with a child while in a custodial or supervisory relationship

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