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GEORGE ROBERT 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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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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ANSELMO M. ROZARIO v. COMMONWEALTH

Upon rehearing en banc, the trial court did not err in considering the results of the Alcosensor test; appellant?s sufficiency argument is moot; appellant?s conviction for contempt of court is affirmed

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CROSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to suppress as the stop was lawful; appellant?s conviction of felony possession of cocaine is affirmed

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WASHINGTON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial judge did not err in ruling he lacked the authority to modify an order committing appellant to the Department of Juvenile Justice more than sixty days from the date of entry of the order

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RASHEIK K. BATTLE v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s conviction for disorderly conduct is reversed and the warrant is dismissed as the other-crimes proviso of Code Section 18.2-415 applies to appellant?s conduct at issue

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ROZARIO v. COMMONWEALTH

Upon rehearing en banc, the trial court did not err in considering the results of the Alcosensor test; appellant?s sufficiency argument is moot; appellant?s conviction for contempt of court is affirmed

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BATTLE v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s conviction for disorderly conduct is reversed and the warrant is dismissed as the other-crimes proviso of Code Section 18.2-415 applies to appellant?s conduct at issue

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JONES v. CITY OF RICHMOND

Summary affirmance ? no error in trial court?s finding evidence sufficient to terminate appellant?s residual parental rights to his daughter pursuant to Code Section 16.1-283(C)(2)

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WILLIAMS STEEL ERECTION COMPANY v. CONELY

Summary affirmance ? commission did not err in finding that claimant?s claim for permanent partial disability benefits for disfigurement associated with his injury by accident was timely and not barred by the doctrine of laches, and that claimant was entitled to return to doctor for an impairment rating of his injuries

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JONES v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding the evidence sufficient to support appellant?s convictions; trial court did not abuse its discretion in permitting the expert?s demonstration; remaining issue is barred by Rule 5A:18; trial court?s judgment and appellant?s convictions are affirmed

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GRAD v. STONE

Trial court did not err in its spousal support award to appellee; trial court did not violate the law of the case doctrine

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OLSON v. OLSON

Trial court erred in failing to provide a sufficient explanation for its departure from the statutory child support guidelines; judgment reversed and case remanded to the trial court

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ERIC FITZGERALD JONES v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding the evidence sufficient to support appellant?s convictions; trial court did not abuse its discretion in permitting the expert?s demonstration; remaining issue is barred by Rule 5A:18; trial court?s judgment and appellant?s convictions are affirmed

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MONA ELISABETH GUPTA v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial judge did not err by not granting appellant a continuance and in limiting her re-cross examination of the arresting officer; appellant?s argument that her constitutional and statutory rights were violated is barred by Rule 5A:18; issue of whether the trial judge erred by admitting the certificate of analysis into evidence is barred by Rule 5A:18; appellant?s conviction is affirmed

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TIMOTHY G. BROOKER v. JUDI E. BROOKER

Summary affirmance ? trial court did not err in admitting evidence of an alleged affair and considering it when making the equitable distribution and spousal support awards; trial court did not abuse its discretion in its equitable distribution award or in its spousal support award; trial court did not err by awarding wife attorney?s fees; judgment affirmed and case remanded

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GUPTA v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial judge did not err by not granting appellant a continuance and in limiting her re-cross examination of the arresting officer; appellant?s argument that her constitutional and statutory rights were violated is barred by Rule 5A:18; issue of whether the trial judge erred by admitting the certificate of analysis into evidence is barred by Rule 5A:18; appellant?s conviction is affirmed

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BROOKER v. BROOKER

Summary affirmance ? trial court did not err in admitting evidence of an alleged affair and considering it when making the equitable distribution and spousal support awards; trial court did not abuse its discretion in its equitable distribution award or in its spousal support award; trial court did not err by awarding wife attorney?s fees; judgment affirmed and case remanded

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MORGAN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not abuse its discretion by precluding appellant from presenting evidence to the jury in support of a ?settled insanity? defense; trial court did not err in refusing appellant?s proffered instructions as to the allocation of the burden of proof with respect to his alternate insanity defense; appellant?s convictions are affirmed

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WILLIAM ALLEN MORGAN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not abuse its discretion by precluding appellant from presenting evidence to the jury in support of a ?settled insanity? defense; trial court did not err in refusing appellant?s proffered instructions as to the allocation of the burden of proof with respect to his alternate insanity defense; appellant?s convictions are affirmed

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STARKE JETT, IV v. MARGARET BOSCHEN JETT

Trial court had subject matter jurisdiction to award spousal support; trial court did not err in ruling that appellant was not entitled to seek a reduction or termination of spousal support due under the property settlement agreement; judgment affirmed

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