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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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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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TYRONE JUNIOR MCCAIN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial judge did not err in denying the motion to suppress as the officers were justified in detaining appellant during the lawful traffic stop and had reasonable suspicion to believe he was armed and dangerous; appellant?s convictions are affirmed

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THOMAS LEE TEASLEY SLAUGHTER v. COMMONWEALTH

This Court finds that the prior bad act evidence was admissible for the purposes noted by the trial court; evidence was sufficient to prove appellant committed burglary with the intent to commit larceny; appellant?s conviction is affirmed

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NET2000 GROUP v. BELMONTE-ARWOOD

Summary affirmance ? no error in commission?s finding that employer failed to prove that appellee?s current disability was no longer causally related to her compensable injury by accident

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THE WASHINGTON POST v. THOMAS L. FOX, JR.

Commission?s decision ordering employer to pay compensation owed to claimant, pursuant to the commission?s outstanding award, and assessing a twenty percent penalty on unpaid compensation pursuant to Code Section 65.2-524 is affirmed

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MCCAIN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial judge did not err in denying the motion to suppress as the officers were justified in detaining appellant during the lawful traffic stop and had reasonable suspicion to believe he was armed and dangerous; appellant?s convictions are affirmed

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SLAUGHTER v. COMMONWEALTH

This Court finds that the prior bad act evidence was admissible for the purposes noted by the trial court; evidence was sufficient to prove appellant committed burglary with the intent to commit larceny; appellant?s conviction is affirmed

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CHERYL A. CONCANNON v. WILLIAM GLADSTONE

Trial judge erred by appointing a special commissioner to seek financing and by not issuing a judgment on the full sum due to appellant under the property settlement agreement?s employment obligations; trial judge did not err by declining to award interest on the principal sum; judgment affirmed in part, reversed in part, and remanded

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JOSEPH A. BANK CLOTHIERS v. MORTON

Commission did not err in finding that the two-year statute of limitations contained in Code Section 65.2-601 did not bar claimant?s claim for benefits and in finding claimant proved her injury arose out of her employment

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METL-SPAN 1 v. CARTER

As the record supports a finding that claimant was prejudiced by employer?s delay in filing the accident report with the commission, commission?s decision holding claimant?s claim for benefits was not barred by the applicable two-year statute of limitations is affirmed

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PLOFCHAN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to strike; appellant?s conviction of speeding in violation of Code Section 46.2-870 is affirmed

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DOWDEN v. HERCULES, INC.

Commission?s decision terminating claimant?s temporary partial disability benefits is reversed as claimant timely partially cured his unjustified refusal of selective employment; commission?s decision is reversed and the case is remanded

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CONCANNON v. GLADSTONE

Trial judge erred by appointing a special commissioner to seek financing and by not issuing a judgment on the full sum due to appellant under the property settlement agreement?s employment obligations; trial judge did not err by declining to award interest on the principal sum; judgment affirmed in part, reversed in part, and remanded

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THE WASHINGTON POST v. FOX

Commission?s decision ordering employer to pay compensation owed to claimant, pursuant to the commission?s outstanding award, and assessing a twenty percent penalty on unpaid compensation pursuant to Code Section 65.2-524 is affirmed

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AMERICAN RED CROSS v. TRENT

Summary affirmance ? commission did not err in finding that appellee proved she sustained an injury by accident arising out of and in the course of her employment

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HICKS v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err by denying appellant?s motion to suppress his statements to the police, admitting evidence of prior bad acts, and admitting photographs of the deceased victim and her fetus; judgment affirmed

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SLAYTON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding the evidence sufficient to support appellant?s convictions for one count of statutory burglary, one count of aggravated malicious wounding, two counts of malicious wounding, and one count of assault and battery

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DARIUS T. HICKS v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err by denying appellant?s motion to suppress his statements to the police, admitting evidence of prior bad acts, and admitting photographs of the deceased victim and her fetus; judgment affirmed

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LANGE v. LANGE

Appeal dismissed as moot as husband and wife settled the dispute over the real property in their July 20, 2006 settlement agreement

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ROBERT LESLIE SLAYTON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding the evidence sufficient to support appellant?s convictions for one count of statutory burglary, one count of aggravated malicious wounding, two counts of malicious wounding, and one count of assault and battery

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RAAB v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to suppress; appellant?s conviction for driving under the influence, third or subsequent offense, is affirmed

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KERNS v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not commit reversible error as the trial court had authority under the juvenile statutes to commit appellant to the Department of Juvenile Justice for violating the terms of his probation

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