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STEPHEN CRAIG WALKER v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding evidence sufficient to support appellant?s convictions for abduction and use of a firearm during the commission of a felony; incidental detention doctrine does not apply as appellant not convicted of robbery

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ARTESHIA S. BARNES v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding the evidence sufficient to support a finding of criminal negligence under Code Section 40.1-103(A); appellant?s convictions for two counts of child endangerment affirmed

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STERLING SPRUILL v. COMMONWEALTH

As appellant has shown no prejudice resulting from what he claims was an abuse of discretion in denying a continuance, appellant?s conviction for possessing a firearm after having been convicted of a felony is affirmed

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SHAKA AMIR FARRAKHAN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding appellant guilty of possession of a concealed weapon by a convicted felon as the knife carried by appellant was a ?weapon of like kind? for the purposes of Code Section 18.2-308(A)

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WILLIAM M. DRAGAS v. LINDA R. DRAGAS

Trial court did not err in finding that appellant failed to comply with numerous terms of a decree that granted him a divorce from appellee and incorporated the parties? settlement agreement

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WALKER v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding evidence sufficient to support appellant?s convictions for abduction and use of a firearm during the commission of a felony; incidental detention doctrine does not apply as appellant not convicted of robbery

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BARNES v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding the evidence sufficient to support a finding of criminal negligence under Code Section 40.1-103(A); appellant?s convictions for two counts of child endangerment affirmed

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SPRUILL v. COMMONWEALTH

As appellant has shown no prejudice resulting from what he claims was an abuse of discretion in denying a continuance, appellant?s conviction for possessing a firearm after having been convicted of a felony is affirmed

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FARRAKHAN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding appellant guilty of possession of a concealed weapon by a convicted felon as the knife carried by appellant was a ?weapon of like kind? for the purposes of Code Section 18.2-308(A)

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HANSCOM v. ADVANCE AUTO PARTS

Summary affirmance ? commission did not err in finding that appellant failed to prove he remained partially disabled as a result of his compensable injury by accident and he was not entitled to a change in treating physicians

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DRAGAS v. DRAGAS

Trial court did not err in finding that appellant failed to comply with numerous terms of a decree that granted him a divorce from appellee and incorporated the parties? settlement agreement

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THOMAS LEE JOHNSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not abuse its discretion in concluding the juror did not improperly place on appellant a burden of producing evidence, had not prematurely made up her mind about appellant?s guilt, and remained suitably impartial

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TAYLOR v. NORFOLK DIVISION OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Where appellant?s residual parental rights were terminated by Code Section 16.1-283(B) and (C)(2), appellant?s failure to challenge the termination of his residual parental rights under Code Section 16.1-283(B) constitutes a waiver of any claim of error

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TURNER v. TURNER

Trial court did not err in entering the Qualified Domestic Relations Order as the QDRO was an administrative mechanism to effectuate the intent and purpose of the final decree?s award

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ASHBY v. RAMAR COAL COMPANY, INC., et al.

Commission erred in its determination that the actual notice provision of Code Section 65.2-705 applies only to awards reached after an evidentiary hearing; accordingly, appellant?s request for review was filed timely

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JOHNSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not abuse its discretion in concluding the juror did not improperly place on appellant a burden of producing evidence, had not prematurely made up her mind about appellant?s guilt, and remained suitably impartial

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BROWN, et al. v. JUDY

Summary affirmance ? commission did not err in finding that employer failed to prove that claimant?s claim was barred by her willful misconduct, claimant proved she gave notice of her industrial accident to employer, and claimant proved she sustained an injury by accident arising out of and in the course of her employment

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GWALTNEY OF PORTSMOUTH, et al. v. SCALES

Commission erred in accepting evidence documentation, which was not entered into evidence at the original hearing or during the seven-day post-hearing period while the record remained open, and which did not meet the legal standard for admitting after-discovered evidence; commission?s decision awarding claimant temporary total disability benefits reversed and case remanded

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JEREMY DION DIMAIO v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding that the evidence was sufficient to prove the value of the computer records, the value of the non-compete agreements, that appellant attempted to commit extortion and that appellant possessed the requisite criminal intent for each charged offense

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KAREN LYNN DASEY v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding evidence sufficient to convict appellant of prescription fraud; this Court cannot consider appellant?s argument that the trial court improperly intimidated her witnesses as appellant has not properly preserved her argument for appeal

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MICHAEL RAY BOONE v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion for mistrial based on his contention that the Commonwealth failed to make discovery and disclose exculpatory evidence and that the curative instruction provided to the jury was insufficient

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