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THOMAS K. PLOFCHAN, JR. 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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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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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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GEORGE EDWARD 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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DORSEY v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court?s decision denying appellant?s motion to suppress is reversed and the case is remanded to the trial court

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TBC CORPORATION AND ACE AMERICAN INSURANCE v. GREGORY STEPHENS

Commission?s award of medical benefits to claimant is reversed as the record fails to support the commission?s finding that the claimant proved his injury resulted from an actual risk arising out of his 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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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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MAURISE DARIUS KERNS, S/K/A MAURICE 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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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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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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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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TBC CORPORATION v. STEPHENS

Commission?s award of medical benefits to claimant is reversed as the record fails to support the commission?s finding that the claimant proved his injury resulted from an actual risk arising out of his employment

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SOWERS v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying the pre-trial motion to suppress evidence pursuant to a search warrant and in applying the good faith exception of United States v. Leon; appellant?s conviction of possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute is affirmed

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EDWARD YAP v. COMMONWEALTH

This Court finds that the trial court did not err in not remanding this case to the district court for resolution and that the trial court did not interpret Code Sections 18.2-266 and 18.2-269 as rebuttable presumptions; appellant?s conviction is affirmed

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CHARITY v. COMMONWEALTH

As sufficient evidence exists to find appellant guilty of the charge of conspiracy to commit escape from prison, appellant?s conviction of conspiracy is affirmed

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JOHN EUGENE SOWERS, JR. v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying the pre-trial motion to suppress evidence pursuant to a search warrant and in applying the good faith exception of United States v. Leon; appellant?s conviction of possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute is affirmed

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KERRI C. CHARITY v. COMMONWEALTH

As sufficient evidence exists to find appellant guilty of the charge of conspiracy to commit escape from prison, appellant?s conviction of conspiracy is affirmed

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CHRISTOPHER L. LUCIANO v. CITY OF HAMPTON DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Trial court did not err in terminating appellant?s residual parental rights to his son as the department of social services presented clear and convincing evidence satisfying the statutory requirements of Code Section 16.1-283(C)(2) and establishing that termination of appellant?s residual parental rights was in the child?s best interests

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BERNARD RAY RICHARDSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to dismiss the charges based on a violation of Code Section 19.2-243; judgment affirmed

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LUCIANO v. CITY OF HAMPTON

Trial court did not err in terminating appellant?s residual parental rights to his son as the department of social services presented clear and convincing evidence satisfying the statutory requirements of Code Section 16.1-283(C)(2) and establishing that termination of appellant?s residual parental rights was in the child?s best interests

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RICHARDSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to dismiss the charges based on a violation of Code Section 19.2-243; judgment affirmed

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TRENT v. PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY

Trial court did not err in terminating appellant?s parental rights to her daughter pursuant to Code Section 16.1-283(B)

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CUNNINGHAM v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial judge erred in denying the motion to suppress the evidence found in appellant?s house pursuant to the search warrant as the search warrant was not supported by probable cause; appellant?s conviction for possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute is reversed and the case is remanded to the trial court

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RIDLEY v. CHESAPEAKE

As this case does not satisfy the ends of justice exception to Rule 5A:18, trial court?s decision terminating appellant?s residual parental rights to his minor son is affirmed

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YAP v. COMMONWEALTH

This Court finds that the trial court did not err in not remanding this case to the district court for resolution and that the trial court did not interpret Code Sections 18.2-266 and 18.2-269 as rebuttable presumptions; appellant?s conviction is affirmed

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VICTOR GARNETTE CUNNINGHAM v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial judge erred in denying the motion to suppress the evidence found in appellant?s house pursuant to the search warrant as the search warrant was not supported by probable cause; appellant?s conviction for possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute is reversed and the case is remanded to the trial court

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SELECT MANAGEMENT RESOURCES v. THE RUNNYMEDE CORP.

Under a commercial lease in which the tenant covenanted not to make any alterations or improvements without prior written permission of the landlord, painting the exterior of the leased structure with a color scheme that will cost over $18,000 to return to pre-lease condition at the end of the tenancy constituted an alteration requiring the landlord's prior permission. The judgment of the trial court denying the tenant's request for an injunction is affirmed.

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COMMONWEALTH v. RAMSDELL

Trial court?s judgment granting the motion to suppress evidence obtained during the search of appellee?s car is affirmed and the case is remanded to the trial court

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PHILLIPS v. MAZYCK

The circuit court erred in sustaining a plea in bar and ordering the parties to arbitrate a plaintiff?s personal injury claim because the record failed to establish that the parties mutually assented to the terms of a purported arbitration agreement. The judgment is reversed and the case is remanded for a trial on the merits.

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JORDAN v. COMMONWEALTH

Because the evidence was insufficient to sustain an accused's convictions of possession with the intent to distribute a Schedule I controlled substance in violation of Code § 18.2-248 and felonious obstruction of justice in violation of Code § 18.2-460(C), the judgment of the Court of Appeals of Virginia is reversed and the indictments are dismissed.

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WILLIAMS & CONNOLLY v. PETA

In protracted civil litigation, the trial court did not abuse its discretion in imposing monetary sanctions against six attorneys and their law firms under Code § 8.01-271.1 for filing unfounded motions to vacate a rule to show cause and seeking recusal of the trial judge. Nor was there error in revoking the pro hac vice admission of one of those attorneys. The trial court's judgment is affirmed.

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SEYMOUR v. CITY OF ALEXANDRIA

In litigation concerning a municipality's consideration of a re-subdivision application involving a residential neighborhood lot, the trial court correctly ruled that the controlling ordinance provision did not permit the municipality to consider improvements intended for the affected property, but erred in affirming the municipality's disapproval of the application. The trial court's judgment is affirmed in part and reversed in part, and the case is remanded for entry of an appropriate order.

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CONLEY v. COMMONWEALTH

In an appeal arising from a prosecution for abduction with intent to defile and forcible sodomy, the Court of Appeals correctly held that the trial court did not err in allowing a licensed clinical social worker to testify as an expert witness regarding her diagnosis that the crime victim suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder. The judgment of the Court of Appeals is affirmed.

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