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COMMONWEALTH v. SNYDER

Trial court did not err in granting appellee?s motion to suppress evidence as the officer did not have reasonable suspicion to effect the traffic stop of appellee?s vehicle

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COMMONWEALTH v. COMBS

Trial court did not err in granting appellee?s motion to suppress evidence as the officer exceeded the scope of appellee?s consent

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BLAKE v. BLAKE

Summary affirmance ? no error in trial court?s order denying appellant?s petition for a protective order against appellee

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HUGGETT v. QUALITY CARPENTERS

Summary affirmance ? no error in commission?s finding that appellant?s injury sustained in a motor vehicle accident did not arise out of and in the course of his employment as he failed to prove an exception to the going and coming rule

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REYNOLDS v. CONYERS

Summary affirmance ? circuit court?s decision upholding a Child Protective Services founded disposition of level one physical neglect and inadequate supervision is affirmed

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BURSTEIN v. MORRISS

Trial court did not err by denying appellant an interest in proceeds from the sale of real property purchased before the marriage by wife and her father, in not diminishing appellant?s statutory burden of proof to establish that interest, and in not granting appellant credit for mortgage principal paydown associated with that real property

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UNINSURED EMPLOYER?S FUND v. JAMES MILTON CARTER, JR.

Commission did not err in finding that employer is subject to the Workers? Compensation Act and that appellee sustained an injury by accident; commission erred in finding that appellee suffered a continuing disability; award affirmed in part, reversed in part and case remanded

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DEGA v. VITUS

Trial court did not err in awarding spousal support to appellee retroactive to the date of the filing of the bill of complaint and in accepting appellee?s testimony to determine appellant?s income; trial court erred in failing to consider the mortgage expenses paid on the rental property from the rental proceeds when considering appellant?s income from the beach house

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BRIAN WILLIAM PATTON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court?s denial of appellant?s motion to suppress evidence is affirmed; trial court did not err by refusing to exclude evidence of wire transfers; appellant?s convictions are affirmed

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ROBINSON v. ROBINSON

As the issue of spousal support was contested, the trial court erred in failing to provide written findings under Code Section 20-107.1; issue of spousal support is reversed and remanded to trial court

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SWALLOW v. SWALLOW

Summary affirmance ? trial court did not err in imputing income to appellant; the remaining issues are procedurally barred

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INOVA FAIRFAX HOSPITAL, v. YOST

Summary affirmance - commission?s finding that the deceased infant does not qualify for inclusion under the Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Act on the ground that the evidence failed to prove that the infant would have been permanently and motorically disabled is summarily affirmed

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BROWN v. YOST

Summary affirmance - commission?s finding that the deceased infant does not qualify for inclusion under the Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Act on the ground that the evidence failed to prove that the infant would have been permanently and motorically disabled is summarily affirmed

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PATTON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court?s denial of appellant?s motion to suppress evidence is affirmed; trial court did not err by refusing to exclude evidence of wire transfers; appellant?s convictions are affirmed

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GUERARA-SANDOVAL v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in admitting into evidence certain exhibits documenting appellant?s prior felony conviction; appellant?s conviction of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon is affirmed

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SPENCER v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not abuse its discretion in finding a violation of probation; the revocation of appellant?s probation and the sentence imposed is affirmed

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ARCHIE v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in its denial of motion to suppress statements appellant made to police and physical evidence seized as a result of those statements where officers used reasonable methods to protect themselves during stop

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FRAZIER v. COMMONWEALTH

Evidence supported appellant's conviction of stalking where appellant engaged in conduct directed at victim on more than one occasion he reasonably should have known would place victim in reasonable fear of death, criminal sexual assault or bodily injury

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CHRISTOPHER JAMES GUINYARD v. COMMONWEALTH

Finding a campus police officer employed by a private university does not fit within definition of law-enforcement officer under Code Section 18.2-57(C), matter remanded to trial court for sentencing on lesser-included offense of assault and battery

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ASHBY v. RAMAR COAL COMPANY

Summary affirmance - No error in commission's finding that it lacked jurisdiction to consider claim for benefits alleging injury by accident where appellant did not establish grounds for applying doctrine of imposition to toll statute of limitations

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BOATWRIGHT v. COMMONWEALTH

As university police officer was within a statutorily prescribed distance from the jurisdictional limits of his service area, trial court properly denied motion to suppress and conviction of driving under the influence is affirmed

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ELIZABETH ANDERSON v. CITY OF HAMPTON DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Trial court did not err in admitting expert's testimony, in approving modification in foster care goal or finding child suffered abuse or neglect; however, as evidence did not support conclusion that appellant was unwilling or unable to remedy alleged abuse within reasonable time, order terminating parental rights reversed

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LILLY v. COMMONWEALTH

Partial repeal of the habitual offender statute in 1999 did not render enforcement of the unrepealed portion unconstitutional; trial court did not err in precluding appellant from informing jury, prior to sentencing, about mandatory minimum punishment

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GUINYARD v. COMMONWEALTH

Finding a campus police officer employed by a private university does not fit within definition of law-enforcement officer under Code Section 18.2-57(C), matter remanded to trial court for sentencing on lesser-included offense of assault and battery

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LEWIS v. CULPEPER COUNTY

Trial court lacked jurisdiction over the petition to terminate appellant's parental rights after appellee's nonsuit; order is vacated and petition is dismissed

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ANDERSON v. CITY OF HAMPTON

Trial court did not err in admitting expert's testimony, in approving modification in foster care goal or finding child suffered abuse or neglect; however, as evidence did not support conclusion that appellant was unwilling or unable to remedy alleged abuse within reasonable time, order terminating parental rights reversed

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