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COMMONWEALTH v. CINDY CARRUITERO

Trial court erred in determining that appellant?s request to speak with her attorney invoked her Fifth Amendment right to counsel and that the police were prohibited from further contact with her; judgment is reversed and the case is remanded to the trial court

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HOWARD Z. GARNETT, JR. v. COMMONWEALTH

Upon rehearing en banc, trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion for a new trial on the grounds that the Commonwealth failed to disclose exculpatory evidence; appellant?s convictions are affirmed

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GARNETT v. COMMONWEALTH

Upon rehearing en banc, trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion for a new trial on the grounds that the Commonwealth failed to disclose exculpatory evidence; appellant?s convictions are affirmed

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VICTORIA IPSEN v. NATHAN ROGER MOXLEY

Trial court erred in finding that a juvenile and domestic relations district court order awarding child and spousal support was nullified by a subsequent pendente lite support order entered in husband?s suit for divorce, which he later voluntarily nonsuited, as the district court?s support order automatically resumed upon entry of the nonsuit order; judgment reversed and case remanded

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SHAY DEMOND GILLIAM v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s conviction of possessing a concealed weapon after having been convicted of a felony is affirmed as the evidence was sufficient to support the trial court?s conclusion that the knife has similar characteristics to those proscribed by Code Section 18.2-308(A); judgment affirmed

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LAWRENCE v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in refusing to declare portions of Code Sections 18.2-269 and 18.2-270 unconstitutional; appellant?s conviction of driving under the influence is affirmed

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IPSEN v. MOXLEY

Trial court erred in finding that a juvenile and domestic relations district court order awarding child and spousal support was nullified by a subsequent pendente lite support order entered in husband?s suit for divorce, which he later voluntarily nonsuited, as the district court?s support order automatically resumed upon entry of the nonsuit order; judgment reversed and case remanded

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MEHTA v. CITY OF NORFOLK

No error in trial court?s finding evidence sufficient to support appellant?s conviction of reckless driving in a parking lot; judgment affirmed

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GILLIAM v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s conviction of possessing a concealed weapon after having been convicted of a felony is affirmed as the evidence was sufficient to support the trial court?s conclusion that the knife has similar characteristics to those proscribed by Code Section 18.2-308(A); judgment affirmed

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COMMONWEALTH v. CARRUITERO

Trial court erred in determining that appellant?s request to speak with her attorney invoked her Fifth Amendment right to counsel and that the police were prohibited from further contact with her; judgment is reversed and the case is remanded to the trial court

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HARPER v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s convictions of possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and possession of heroin with intent to distribute are affirmed as the evidence suffices to demonstrate appellant possessed the drugs with the intent to distribute

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CAMPBELL v. CAMPBELL

Trial court abused its discretion by preventing husband from cross-examining wife?s witnesses due to the time limits it imposed; judgment is reversed and the case is remanded to the trial court

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EDDIE CROSS v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s conviction for possession of cocaine is reversed pursuant to recent Supreme Court case of Moore v. Commonwealth; as appellant did not enter a constitutionally valid guilty plea under Code Section 19.2-254 to the misdemeanor obstruction of justice charge, that judgment is reversed and appellant allowed to withdraw guilty plea

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WALTER J. GRAVES v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in admitting evidence of a prior bad act that occurred three years before the crimes for which appellant was convicted; appellant?s convictions of three counts of forging a public document, three counts of uttering a public document, and one count of driving after having been declared a habitual offender are affirmed

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GRAVES v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in admitting evidence of a prior bad act that occurred three years before the crimes for which appellant was convicted; appellant?s convictions of three counts of forging a public document, three counts of uttering a public document, and one count of driving after having been declared a habitual offender are affirmed

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SMITH v. NOVAK

Judgment affirmed as appellant made no objection to the final decree and did not present the issues she raises on appeal before being barred by Rule 1:1

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DIANA H. BECKER v. FRANK J. BECKER

Trial court did not err in failing to award appellant any portion of appellee?s deferred compensation or in its decision to reimburse appellee for the full amount of the mortgage payments; judgment affirmed and matter remanded to the trial court

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BECKER v. BECKER

Trial court did not err in failing to award appellant any portion of appellee?s deferred compensation or in its decision to reimburse appellee for the full amount of the mortgage payments; judgment affirmed and matter remanded to the trial court

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NUNEZ v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in convicting appellant for felony destruction of property pursuant to Code Section 18.2-137; judgment affirmed

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MASTERS v. SUTTON

Summary affirmance - trial court did not err in granting a motion for modification of child custody and visitation filed by mother

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MOTLEY v. MOTLEY

Summary affirmance ? this Court summarily affirms the trial court?s decision in part and dismisses the appeal in part due to appellant?s failure to comply with certain Rules of Court

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CROSS v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s conviction for possession of cocaine is reversed pursuant to recent Supreme Court case of Moore v. Commonwealth; as appellant did not enter a constitutionally valid guilty plea under Code Section 19.2-254 to the misdemeanor obstruction of justice charge, that judgment is reversed and appellant allowed to withdraw guilty plea

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JOEL ROY HAMM v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in denying appellant?s motion to suppress the methamphetamine as the circumstances preceding the officer?s attempt to frisk appellant did not create a reasonable suspicion that appellant was armed and dangerous; appellant?s conviction is reversed and the indictment is dismissed

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HAMM v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in denying appellant?s motion to suppress the methamphetamine as the circumstances preceding the officer?s attempt to frisk appellant did not create a reasonable suspicion that appellant was armed and dangerous; appellant?s conviction is reversed and the indictment is dismissed

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