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MASON v. COMMONWEALTH OF VA

MASON v. COMMONWEALTH OF VA (unpublished) MAY 5, 1998 Record No. 0219-97-2 MICHAEL LAMONT MASON v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA MEMORANDUM OPINION[1] BY JUDGE ROSEMARIE ANNUNZIATA FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CITY OF PETERSBURG Oliver A. Pollard, Jr., Judge Present: ...

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WEIS MARKETS, INC., et al. v. GREGORY (54402)

NOTICE: The opinions posted here are subject to formal revision. If you find a typographical error or other formal error, please notify the Virginia Court of Appeals. WEIS MARKETS, INC., et al. v. GREGORY MAY 15, 2001 Record No. 0106-01-4 ...

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REITTINGER v. COMMONWEALTH

REITTINGER v. COMMONWEALTH MAY 25, 1999 Record No. 0246-97-3 UPON A REHEARING EN BANC CHRISTOPHER JOHN REITTINGER v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY George E. Honts, III, Judge Present: Chief Judge Fitzpatrick, Judges Benton, Coleman, ...

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POWELL v. COMMONWEALTH (54453)

POWELL v. COMMONWEALTH MAY 25, 1999 Record No. 1051-98-2 LOUIS JORDAN POWELL, JR. v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF HALIFAX COUNTY Charles L. McCormick, III, Judge Present: Judges Benton, Coleman and Elder Argued at Richmond, Virginia OPINION ...

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MASON v. COMMONWEALTH OF VA (53205)

MASON v. COMMONWEALTH OF VA (unpublished) COURT OF APPEALS OF VIRGINIA NOVEMBER 10, 1998 Record No. 0309-97-2   CLIFTON MASON, S/K/A CLIFTON B. MASON v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA   UPON A REHEARING EN BANC Oliver A. Pollard, Jr., Judge Argued ...

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BUNTON v. COMMONWEALTH (54645)

NOTICE: The opinions posted here are subject to formal revision. If you find a typographical error or other formal error, please notify the Virginia Court of Appeals. BUNTON v. COMMONWEALTH OCTOBER 10, 2000 Record No. 1157-99-1 Present: Judges Benton, Bumgardner ...

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GLASS v. TULTEX CORPORATION

NOTICE: The opinions posted here are subject to formal revision. If you find a typographical error or other formal error, please notify the Virginia Court of Appeals. GLASS v. TULTEX CORPORATION JULY 10, 2001 Record No. 0495-01-3 Present: Judges Elder, ...

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SESSOMS v. MYER

SESSOMS v. MYER (unpublished) MAY 25, 1999 WILLIAM SESSOMS v. BARBARA ELIZABETH MYER FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CITY OF CHARLOTTESVILLE Jay T. Swett, Judge Present: Chief Judge Fitzpatrick, Judges Willis and Bumgardner Argued at Salem, Virginia MEMORANDUM OPINION[1] ...

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STEINBERG v. STEINBERG

NOTICE: The opinions posted here are subject to formal revision. If you find a typographical error or other formal error, please notify the Virginia Court of Appeals. STEINBERG v. STEINBERG AUGUST 8, 2000 Record No. 0525-00-2 Present: Judges Elder, Bumgardner ...

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GARDNER v. COMMONWEALTH OF VA

GARDNER v. COMMONWEALTH OF VA (unpublished) MAY 5, 1998 Record No. 1244-97-2 HENRY EDWARD GARDNER v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA MEMORANDUM OPINION[1] BY JUDGE ROSEMARIE ANNUNZIATA FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BUCKINGHAM COUNTY Richard S. Blanton, Judge Present: Judges Baker, Annunziata ...

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MEDICI v. COMMONWEALTH

MEDICI v. COMMONWEALTH (unpublished) MAY 25, 1999 Record No. 0527-98-4 LAWRENCE P. MEDICI v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FAIRFAX COUNTY David T. Stitt, Judge Present: Judge Bray, Senior Judges Duff and Overton Argued at Alexandria, Virginia ...

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EDWARDS v. COMMONWEALTH (54925)

NOTICE: The opinions posted here are subject to formal revision. If you find a typographical error or other formal error, please notify the Virginia Court of Appeals. EDWARDS v. COMMONWEALTH COURT OF APPEALS OF VIRGINIA AUGUST 7, 2001 Record No. ...

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MYERS v. COMMONWEALTH OF VA

MYERS v. COMMONWEALTH OF VA (unpublished) MAY 5, 1998 Record No. 0590-97-3 CLARENCE WILLIS MYERS v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA MEMORANDUM OPINION[1] BY JUDGE RUDOLPH BUMGARDNER, III FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CITY OF DANVILLE James F. Ingram, Judge Present: ...

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SHEPPARD v. COMMONWEALTH OF VA

SHEPPARD v. COMMONWEALTH OF VA Tuesday, May 5th, 1998 Record No. 1335-96-3 Elvin William Sheppard, Appellant, against Circuit Court Nos. CR95000976 and CR95000977 Commonwealth of Virginia, Appellee. Upon a Rehearing En Banc Before Chief Judge Fitzpatrick, Judges Baker, Benton, Coleman, ...

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SLAWSKI v. COMMONWEALTH DEPT. OF SOCIAL SVCS., et al.

SLAWSKI v. COMMONWEALTH DEPT. OF SOCIAL SVCS., et al. MAY 25, 1999 Record No. 0668-98-2 WALTER X. SLAWSKI v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES, DIVISION OF CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT, O/B/O PATRICIA SHEEHAN and PATRICIA SHEEHAN SLAWSKI FROM THE ...

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KIRBY v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

NOTICE: The opinions posted here are subject to formal revision. If you find a typographical error or other formal error, please notify the Virginia Court of Appeals. KIRBY v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA July 10, 2001. Record No. 0076-00-3 Avery Demetrie ...

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QAADIR TARIQ HASAN v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Trial court did not err in denying motion to suppress appellant?s statements to police where evidence showed appellant not ?in custody? when police asked only general questions of the sort intended to learn appellant?s identity after stop of his vehicle and ensure officers? safety and officers informed him that he was not under arrest

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CAREY DEAN ROBERTS v. DEBORA B. ROBERTS

Trial court did not err in awarding bulk of marital estate to wife where husband made only negative contributions to the marriage and husband?s behavior affected marital estate; appellant?s other issues barred by Rule 5A:20(e)

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EDWOOD C. SPENCER v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Judgment of trial court affirmed without reaching issue raised by appellant as he did not challenge other ground court used in revoking his probation and that ground is legally sufficient to support revocation and does not reflect abuse of discretion

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VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF STATE POLICE v. ROSS M. THOMPSON

Trial court erred in examining conduct at issue in contravention of the standard of review, whether hearing officer?s decision was contradictory to law, in this case and improperly disregarded hearing officer?s factual findings; hearing officer?s decision reinstated

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DONALD H. ROPER v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Trial court erred in permitting appellant?s statement to police to be put into evidence to rebut his testimony where appellant suffered prejudice from Commonwealth?s failure to disclose the statement it used to impeach him and his defense was dependent upon jury?s finding him to be credible

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ASLI EVERETT v. RONALD JAMES EVERETT

Trial court did not err in correcting a clerical error in the original order which was inconsistent with court?s oral ruling from bench; issue of whether trial court erred in granting husband an extension of time to repay additional attorney?s fees is moot

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SHAKINA NICOLE PIATT v. ANTHONY COLVIN

Trial court did not err in dismissing appellant?s appeal from the juvenile and domestic relations district court where it found appellant did not sign the notice of appeal and that it was not signed on her behalf

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MICHAEL RAY FERGUSON, JR. v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Trial court erred in denying motion to suppress appellant?s statements made to officers where appellant made clear and unequivocal request for counsel, officers did not cease their interrogation of appellant in honor of that request, and appellant remained in continuous custody of police officers

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JOHN WELFORD CARPENTER, JR. v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Trial court did not err in allowing into evidence testimony of appellant?s spouse and a tape recording of a conversation between the two where both violated evidentiary privilege in force at time of recording but not the amended statute in force at time of appellant?s trial; evidence was sufficient to support appellant?s convictions of rape and forcible sodomy

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E. DUANE HOWARD v. CITY OF ROANOKE

Evidence of appellant?s entire course of conduct, excluding the content of his verbal utterances, was sufficient to support appellant?s conviction of disorderly conduct during a city council meeting

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