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LOUIS LATOUR, INC. v. VIRGINIA ABC BOARD

Trial court did not err in applying the appropriate standard of review, in finding that appellant unilaterally amended the parties? agreement without good cause, in finding that appellant discriminated against appellee, in finding that appellant acted in bad faith, in fashioning an appropriate remedy under Code Section 4.1-409, and in awarding attorney?s fees; judgment affirmed

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ANDERSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s convictions of credit card theft are affirmed as the evidence and the inferences drawn from it were sufficient to allow the jury to conclude that appellant had the requisite intent to use the stolen credit cards

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JASPAR v. COMMONWEALTH

This Court holds the admission of appellant?s DMV transcript did not violate the Confrontation Clause; appellant?s conviction of reckless driving while his license was revoked after having twice been convicted of driving under the influence is affirmed

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EDWARDS v. COMMONWEALTH

This Court finds the trial court applied an incorrect legal standard, and failed to make factual determinations required by the correct standard, in deciding whether appellant should be allowed to proceed pro se; appellant?s convictions are vacated and the case is remanded to the trial court

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WILLIAM CHARLES ANDERSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s convictions of credit card theft are affirmed as the evidence and the inferences drawn from it were sufficient to allow the jury to conclude that appellant had the requisite intent to use the stolen credit cards

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BOBBY JASPER, S/K/A BOBBY JASPAR v. COMMONWEALTH

This Court holds the admission of appellant?s DMV transcript did not violate the Confrontation Clause; appellant?s conviction of reckless driving while his license was revoked after having twice been convicted of driving under the influence is affirmed

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MILLER v. MILLER

Summary affirmance ? trial court?s order finding it had no jurisdiction to reopen the divorce proceedings in order to equitably distribute the parties? marital property is summarily affirmed

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ERWIN ALEXANDER EDWARDS v. COMMONWEALTH

This Court finds the trial court applied an incorrect legal standard, and failed to make factual determinations required by the correct standard, in deciding whether appellant should be allowed to proceed pro se; appellant?s convictions are vacated and the case is remanded to the trial court

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WALKER v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court?s finding the evidence sufficient to convict appellant of attempted carjacking and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony

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DYNALECTRIC COMPANY v. ALGER

Summary affirmance - no error in commission's finding that appellee's back condition, disability and medical treatment after June 22, 2004 were causally related to the compensable injury by accident

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JOHN KURT SENSABAUGH v. COMMONWEALTH

Finding that evidence was not sufficient to prove two or more prior convictions occuring on different days, conviction of domestic assault and battery third or subsequent offense is reversed and case remanded to trial court for resentencing on misdemeanor conviction

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RAYMOND ANDREW MESSIER, IV v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying motion to suppress evidence establishing that appellant resisted arrest, which provided basis for convictions of assault and battery on police officer and obstruction of justice

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HICKMAN v. BROADDUS

As Court finds that interlocutory order appealed from in this case was not an appealable order, this appeal is dismissed without prejudice

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BABETTE C. WHITNEY v. CHRISTOPHER J.R. WHITNEY

Trial court erred in refusing to grant post-judgment interest on monetary payments due appellant, postponing accural of interest for ninety days and in refusing appellee to reimburse appellant for expenses incurred in compiling exhibit; did not err in refusing to award appellant reimbusement for expenses not covered by Agreement or in crediting mortgage payments

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STRAUSBAUGH v. STRAUSBAUGH

Trial court did not err in awarding appellee half of the marital share of appellant's pension pursuant to terms of parties' final decree of divorce;

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SENSABAUGH v. COMMONWEALTH

Finding that evidence was not sufficient to prove two or more prior convictions occuring on different days, conviction of domestic assault and battery third or subsequent offense is reversed and case remanded to trial court for resentencing on misdemeanor conviction

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HART v. ARLINGTON COUNTY

Trial court did not err in denying appellant's request for a continuance and finding that termination of appellant's parental rights was in child's best interest

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MESSIER v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying motion to suppress evidence establishing that appellant resisted arrest, which provided basis for convictions of assault and battery on police officer and obstruction of justice

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EDWARD JAMES TINSLEY v. COMMONWEALTH

Court finds appellant's double jeopardy argument barred by Rule 5A:18 and ends of justice exception does not apply; evidence sufficient to support convictions of aggravated sexual battery, animate object sexual penetration and statutory rape

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GREENWAY v. GREENWAY

As appellant's opening brief fails to comply with Rule 5A:20(d)(no statment of facts relating to questions presented), this appeal is dismissed

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