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BELTON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in finding Commonwealth?s evidence of force sufficient to sustain a conviction of felony obstruction; as evidence did prove appellant obstructed officer in performance of his duties, matter remanded for resentencing on lesser-included misdemeanor obstruction conviction

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PERNELL ANDREW HOBSON v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Trial court did not err in admitting certificate of analysis where evidence proved Commonwealth provided copy of certificate pursuant to appellant?s first attorney?s discovery request and did not provide copy to appellant?s second attorney despite his timely request

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RAIKES v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying motion to strike evidence where review of entire record shows it is clear that the correct date of appellant?s arrest was in evidence and time is not element of driving under the influence

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BANKS v. BROWN

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s request to reduce spousal support award where no evidence proved material change in circumstances to warrant a reduction; trial court did not err in awarding appellee her attorneys? fees

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LOGAN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in admitting evidence of appellant?s possession of cocaine in this revocation proceeding as the exclusionary rule does not apply to revocation hearings; trial court did not err in revoking probation finding a violation of good behavior provision where record shows appellant had notice of what probation violations were lodged against him

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DAVIS v. DAVIS

Summary affirmance ? trial court did not err in finding no material change in circumstance that would just justify a reduction in appellant?s child support obligation

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THOMAS v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding officer had reasonable suspicion to believe appellant was engaged in criminal activity and could lawfully detain appellant to confirm or dispel those suspicions and in finding appellant consented to search of his person

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GOODMAN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in denying motion to suppress where officer did not have reasonable, articulable suspicion to detain appellant as information from informant did not indicate that appellant?s possession of firearm was illegal; conviction reversed and indictment dismissed

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DARRIN DOUGLAS THOMAS v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Trial court did not err in finding officer had reasonable suspicion to believe appellant was engaged in criminal activity and could lawfully detain appellant to confirm or dispel those suspicions and in finding appellant consented to search of his person

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ANTONIO LEWIS GOODMAN v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Trial court erred in denying motion to suppress where officer did not have reasonable, articulable suspicion to detain appellant as information from informant did not indicate that appellant?s possession of firearm was illegal; conviction reversed and indictment dismissed

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COMMONWEALTH v. JENKINS

Trial court erred in applying an incorrect legal standard and employed an overly demanding test for determining reasonable suspicion; as appellant was lawfully detained, the trial court erred in suppressing incriminating evidence discovered during the detention

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LOUDON HOSPITAL CENTER v. ROBERT B. STROUDE, M.D., et al.

Trial court did not err in finding collateral estoppel did not apply in this case, that the remand was sufficient to cleanse the decision-making process of any alleged taint, that the evidence supports the Commissioner?s decision, that the Commissioner?s decision was not arbitrary and capricious, and in denying the motion to augment the record

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MONK v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to modify the sentence imposed where more than 21 days had elapsed and appellant did not prove the trial court had jurisdiction to entertain the motion pursuant to Code § 19.2-303

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NEWROADS SOUTHEAST v. PERRYMAN

Summary affirmance ? no error in commission?s finding that appellants failed to prove appellee was capable of performing all duties of her pre-injury employment as of April 20, 2006 and that appellants made a bona fide offer of selective employment which appellee unjustifiably refused

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COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINA v. WALTER EARL JENKINS, IV

Trial court erred in applying an incorrect legal standard and employed an overly demanding test for determining reasonable suspicion; as appellant was lawfully detained, the trial court erred in suppressing incriminating evidence discovered during the detention

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ROBERT B. BROTHERS, III v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Trial court did not err in instructing the jury that the consent to submit to a breath test is not a qualified or conditional consent and that a person?s unwillingness to take the test without access to counsel is not a reasonable basis to refuse the test

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RONNIE SHERROD MONK v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to modify the sentence imposed where more than 21 days had elapsed and appellant did not prove the trial court had jurisdiction to entertain the motion pursuant to Code § 19.2-303

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CVS v. BRETT

Summary affirmance ? commission did not err in finding appellee proved he injured his back and neck and suffered right leg pain as a result of his injury by accident and that his medical treatment and ongoing disability are causally related to his work injury

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BRANNON v. BRANNON

Trial court did not err in dismissing appellant?s rule to show cause against appellee, denying appellant?s motions concerning the property settlement agreement, and awarding attorney?s fees to appellee under authority of the Property Settlement Agreement

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ELDER v. COMMONWEALTH

Evidence was sufficient to prove object appellant possessed was a firearm and supported conviction of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon

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WILLIAMS v. WILLIAMS

Argument raised by appellant barred by Rule 5A:18 where record shows appellant endorsed the final decree ?seen and objected to for the reasons previously stated? and record does not provide what those reasons were

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JOSEPH DANIEL BRANNON v. JANICE A. BRANNON

Trial court did not err in dismissing appellant?s rule to show cause against appellee, denying appellant?s motions concerning the property settlement agreement, and awarding attorney?s fees to appellee under authority of the Property Settlement Agreement

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SHEPARD v. CITY OF PORTSMOUTH

No error in trial court?s termination of appellant?s parental rights to his child where evidence proved termination was in child?s best interest, that appellant, for a six-month period, had failed to maintain continuous contact with child, and appellant failed to plan substantially for child?s future

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MELISSA M. WILLIAMS v. KENNETH L. WILLIAMS

Argument raised by appellant barred by Rule 5A:18 where record shows appellant endorsed the final decree ?seen and objected to for the reasons previously stated? and record does not provide what those reasons were

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KILBY v. COMMONWEALTH

Evidence was sufficient to support appellant?s convictions of one count of child cruelty and three counts of contributing to delinquency of minor

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KILBY v. COMMONWEALTH (124290)

Court unable to address appellant?s principal argument on its merits because questions presented do not put the argument before the Court; Rule 5A:12 contains no good cause of ends of justice exceptions

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CORBIN v. COMMONWEALTH

Evidence was sufficient to convict appellant of carjacking, abduction, and robbery where testimony of victim was not inherently incredible or unworthy of belief; trial court did not err in refusing to set aside jury verdicts where jury acquitted appellant of use of a firearm in commission of robbery

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