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TIFFANY SHANTELE SPEARS v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Trial court did not abuse its discretion in denying appellant?s motion for a continuance, the morning of trial, to allow her time to retain an attorney where court noted difficulty in securing presence of witnesses for both sides and appellant?s attorney was prepared for trial

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VALERIE R. WHITE v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Trial court did not err in finding appellant violated the terms of her first offender status where evidence proved appellant violated good behavior condition by using cocaine after she completed her supervised probation and during time court had continued case to allow her time to pay court costs as case was still before the court

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ALFRED LEE SPIVEY v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Evidence sufficient to support appellant?s conviction of possession of heroin where it proved appellant had actual and knowing possession of heroin capsule in his hand when police officer found him unconscious in passenger seat of vehicle

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CURTIS WAYNE BOWLING, A/K/A MARK A. WOOD v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Release to Internet: Date Withdrawn: January February March No error in appellant?s conviction of failure to appear where trial court found that Code § 19.2?128 applies to a person who has pleaded guilty to a felony offense and then fails to appear for sentencing as that person remains ?charged? with an offense after conviction and prior to sentencing

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CHARLES TIMOTHY SADLER v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Evidence was sufficient to support appellant?s conviction of taking indecent liberties with a minor while in a custodial or supervisory relationship where it proved appellant sexually abused the victim while he maintained a custodial or supervisory relationship with her as her athletic coach and was in a position of authority and trust

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ALONZO GIBSON, JR. v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Trial court did not err in finding police did not violate his constitutional rights and denying motion to suppress where evidence of drugs was discovered by use of a flashlight at night to illuminate contraband in his pocket which would have been in plain view during daylight hours

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MARK DOUGLAS ROADCAP v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Trial court did not err in excluding evidence of prior accusations of sexual abuse or in allowing child victim and child witness to testify via two-way closed-circuit television where they were not able to see appellant personally; appellant?s confrontation clause rights not violated

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DIDIO v. DIDIO

Trial court erred in considering husband?s student loans as income and in its equitable distribution of parties? assets; issues of spousal support, child support, and attorney?s fees also remanded for reconsideration; trial court did not err in granting divorce to wife or in crafting provisions of husband?s visitation with parties? daughter

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STRICKLAND v. STRICKLAND

Trial court erred in allocating the entirety of the bankruptcy debt consolidated during the marriage to husband and in its arrearage determination; all other issues affirmed

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DAVID JAY DIDIO v. SARA THOITS DIDIO

Trial court erred in considering husband?s student loans as income and in its equitable distribution of parties? assets; issues of spousal support, child support, and attorney?s fees also remanded for reconsideration; trial court did not err in granting divorce to wife or in crafting provisions of husband?s visitation with parties? daughter

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EPLEY v. EPLEY

Trial court did not err in awarding father sole legal and physical custody of parties? daughter where evidence supported finding that best interest of child would be served by awarding custody to father

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JAMES v. COMMONWEALTH

Evidence was sufficient to support appellant?s conviction where victim?s testimony was sufficient to prove she entered into an oral bailment agreement with appellant for the use of her vehicle and appellant did not return it pursuant to the agreement

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SMITH v. COMMONWEALTH

Evidence was sufficient to support appellant?s conviction of possession of cocaine with intent to distribute where it proved appellant possessed cocaine found in wooded area where he fled after being stopped for traffic offense

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SCOTT v. SCOTT

Trial court did not err in valuing husband?s accounting practice or in ordering husband to pay some of wife?s attorney?s fees

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GIBSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding police did not violate his constitutional rights and denying motion to suppress where evidence of drugs was discovered by use of a flashlight at night to illuminate contraband in his pocket which would have been in plain view during daylight hours

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STALLINGS v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying motion to suppress where the emergency doctrine rendered the officers? initial entry of appellant?s home reasonable; two firearms discovered in plain view in that entry were properly admitted into evidence; any error in admitting additional firearms discovered during full search harmless

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ROADCAP v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in excluding evidence of prior accusations of sexual abuse or in allowing child victim and child witness to testify via two-way closed-circuit television where they were not able to see appellant personally; appellant?s confrontation clause rights not violated

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ROBINSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s appeal of trial court?s refusal to suspend the execution of his sentence and allow him to remain on bond pending appeal is dismissed as moot where appeal of criminal convictions has been denied by this Court and by the Supreme Court; this case no longer presents a live case or controversy

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GHULAM v. SIDIQI

Trial court did not err in finding that husband did not dissipate marital assets after parties separated, awarding husband divorce on ground of wife?s adultery, classifying certain property, denying spousal support to wife, and denying attorney?s fees to wife

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BRICKHOUSE v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in appellant?s conviction of possession of cocaine with intent to distribute as a principal in second degree where evidence proved appellant allowed others to store cocaine in her house

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CARL MAURICE ROBINSON, JR. v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Appellant?s appeal of trial court?s refusal to suspend the execution of his sentence and allow him to remain on bond pending appeal is dismissed as moot where appeal of criminal convictions has been denied by this Court and by the Supreme Court; this case no longer presents a live case or controversy

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JOANNA ULKA GHULAM v. GHULAM ALI SIDIQI

Trial court did not err in finding that husband did not dissipate marital assets after parties separated, awarding husband divorce on ground of wife?s adultery, classifying certain property, denying spousal support to wife, and denying attorney?s fees to wife

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CAMPBELL COUNTY v. BRIZENDINE

No error in trial court?s finding that appellant failed to prove by clear and convincing evidence that termination of appellees? parental rights to three of their children was appropriate

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