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AVALON v. CARTER

Summary affirmance ? no error in commission?s finding that appellee proved that medical treatment rendered to her in September 2005 was casually related to her compensable November 3, 2003 injury by accident

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JONES v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in refusing to play for the jury a videotape of appellant?s statement to the police as evidence of the circumstances surrounding the taking of the statement

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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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LAYUG v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in admitting evidence of appellant?s accomplice?s subsequent killing where appellant challenged Commonwealth?s identification of him as one of perpetrators and the evidence of accomplice?s death tended to prove appellant?s identity

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CASTILLOUX v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding evidence sufficient to prove appellant intentionally possessed cocaine found in his pants pocket; Commonwealth?s opinion as to sufficiency of evidence not binding on trial judge as fact finder

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TERRY WILLIAM CORBIN v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

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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FAIRFAX HOSPITAL v. MCKAVENEY

Commission did not err in refusing to award a credit against workers? compensation liability owed appellee where evidence did not prove allowances made to appellee by ?employer? were truly a substitute for payment of wages

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FELIPE LAYUG, III v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Trial court did not err in admitting evidence of appellant?s accomplice?s subsequent killing where appellant challenged Commonwealth?s identification of him as one of perpetrators and the evidence of accomplice?s death tended to prove appellant?s identity

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WYSOCKI v. HENRICO COUNTY

No error in trial court?s termination of appellant?s parental rights to his children where evidence showed reasonable and appropriate services were provided to him and it was in children?s best interest to terminate his parental rights

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TURMAN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in allowing victim to testify as to content of appellant?s instant message to her; trial court did not err in granting Commonwealth?s proposed jury instruction on flight

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FRANKLIN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding evidence sufficient to support appellant?s convictions of two felony and two misdemeanor counts of embezzlement

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WALTER H.C. DRAKEFORD v. LISA M. DRAKEFORD

Trial court erred in adopting appellee?s written statement of facts without allowing appellant adequate opportunity to file objections under Rule 5A:8; matter remanded to trial court for a proper statement of facts

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MANPOWER INC. v. GODFREY

Summary affirmance ? no error in commission?s finding that appellee proved she sustained permanent partial disability within the applicable statute of limitations and awarding benefits for specified loss of use

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DRAKEFORD v. DRAKEFORD

Trial court erred in adopting appellee?s written statement of facts without allowing appellant adequate opportunity to file objections under Rule 5A:8; matter remanded to trial court for a proper statement of facts

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THALES MORGAN, JR. v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding that Commonwealth exercised reasonable diligence to procure attendance at trial of a deported witness thus supporting determination that witness was unavailable and permitting admission of earlier transcribed testimony

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