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SHALLCROSS v. HANOVER COUNTY

Summary affirmance ? no error in trial court?s decision to terminate appellant?s parental rights to her child pursuant to Code Section 16.1-283(B)

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JEFFREY EUGENE NEEL v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s conviction of leaving the scene of an accident involving personal injury is reversed and the indictment is dismissed as the evidence failed to prove appellant knew or should have known personal injury had resulted from the collision at the time he fled the scene

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MAGRUDER v. COMMONWEALTH

For the reasons set forth in Brooks v. Commonwealth, trial court did not err in admitting the certificate of analysis without requiring the testimony of the person who performed the analysis; appellant?s conviction is affirmed

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CADDELL v. SPOTSYLVANIA

Summary affirmance- trial court did not err in terminating appellant?s parental rights to his minor children

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NEEL v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s conviction of leaving the scene of an accident involving personal injury is reversed and the indictment is dismissed as the evidence failed to prove appellant knew or should have known personal injury had resulted from the collision at the time he fled the scene

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LAUREN WOOTEN v. COUNTY OF HENRICO DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Trial court erred in finding that the Department of Social Services proved by clear and convincing evidence that termination of appellant?s parental rights was in her child?s best interest; trial court?s decision terminating appellant?s parental rights is reversed and the case is remanded

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SHEILA MICHELLE STOKES v. COMMONWEALTH

This Court holds no variance exists between the language of the indictment and the evidence introduced at trial as to the victim; trial court did not err in admitting affidavits of forgery under the business records exception to the hearsay rule; evidence was sufficient to convict appellant of grand larceny

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SANDHIR v. AHUJA-SANDHIR

Summary affirmance ? trial court did not err in imputing income to appellant for purposes of determining spousal support and in denying appellant?s request for spousal support; remaining issue is barred by Rule 5A:18

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ARTHUR C. PARMANN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not abuse its discretion by admitting the testimony as the witness testified within the scope of his training and expertise as an operator of the testing equipment; judgment affirmed

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CROZIER v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to suppress evidence obtained by police upon stopping his vehicle as the officer?s reasonable suspicion justified his stopping appellant for investigation

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STOKES v. COMMONWEALTH

This Court holds no variance exists between the language of the indictment and the evidence introduced at trial as to the victim; trial court did not err in admitting affidavits of forgery under the business records exception to the hearsay rule; evidence was sufficient to convict appellant of grand larceny

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DAVID PAUL COTE v. SUSAN REDFIELD COTE

Trial court did not err in finding husband responsible for $100,000 in debt incurred prior to the parties? final separation, in awarding husband only forty percent of wife?s retirement account, and in awarding wife spousal support

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FAIRFAX COUNTY v. BROOKS

Summary affirmance ? no error in commission?s finding appellant responsible for payment of certain medical expenses incurred by claimant

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MATTHEWS v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court?s denial of appellant? motion to suppress the cocaine as police had reasonable suspicion that appellant was engaged in criminal activity

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JESSIE WAYNE ABELL v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in finding the evidence proved beyond a reasonable doubt that appellant willfully failed to appear; appellant?s conviction of felony failure to appear is reversed and the indictment is dismissed

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WINSTON v. WARDEN (UNPUBLISHED ORDER)

Upon consideration of a petition for a writ of habeas corpus, respondent's motion to dismiss the petition is granted. Petitioner's various claims alleging ineffective assistance of counsel are rejected as not satisfying the two-pronged test enunciated in Strickland v. Washington, 466 U.S. 668 (1984), and his remaining claims are rejected as lacking merit or as being either procedurally barred or improperly raised.

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WILLIAMS v. COMMONWEALTH (122760)

As appellant did not provide a sufficient proffer for this Court to determine whether the trial court erred in refusing to permit the cross-examination questions, appellant?s conviction of armed robbery is affirmed

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SMITH v. THORNTON-SMITH

Judgment pertaining to the rulings classifying the Arlington and Berryville properties and the award of attorney?s fees to appellee are affirmed; judgment pertaining to the classification of the Volkswagen is reversed and this matter is remanded to the trial court to reexamine the equitable distribution award

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SPROUSE v. ORANGE COUNTY

No error in trial court?s decision terminating appellant?s residual parental rights to his minor son pursuant to Code Section 16.1-283(C)(1) and 16.1-283(C)(2)

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DERRICK JAMES WILLIAMS v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s convictions are affirmed as this Court holds that the informant?s tip provided the police with the requisite probable cause to arrest appellant and that the police did not need exigent circumstances in addition to probable cause for appellant?s arrest

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REYES v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in refusing to admit the state of mind testimony and in refusing to admit testimony regarding appellant?s money and jewelry; appellant?s convictions for first-degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony are affirmed

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COLOCCIA v. COLOCCIA

Trial court?s refusal to set aside the property settlement agreement is affirmed as the evidence supports the trial court?s finding that husband failed to prove by clear and convincing evidence that he was incompetent when he executed the property settlement agreement

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ROLAND WILLIAMS, JR. v. COMMONWEALTH

As appellant did not provide a sufficient proffer for this Court to determine whether the trial court erred in refusing to permit the cross-examination questions, appellant?s conviction of armed robbery is affirmed

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PRICE v. PRICE

Appeal dismissed for lack of jurisdiction as the notice of appeal was not timely filed

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LOWELL F. SMITH v. ALICE L. THORNTON-SMITH

Judgment pertaining to the rulings classifying the Arlington and Berryville properties and the award of attorney?s fees to appellee are affirmed; judgment pertaining to the classification of the Volkswagen is reversed and this matter is remanded to the trial court to reexamine the equitable distribution award

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BERRY v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding the evidence sufficient to convict appellant of conspiracy to commit a felony

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JORGE LUIS REYES v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in refusing to admit the state of mind testimony and in refusing to admit testimony regarding appellant?s money and jewelry; appellant?s convictions for first-degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony are affirmed

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TURNER v. COMMONWEALTH

Circuit court erred in amending the warrant to charge driving under the influence, second or subsequent offense after appellant had been acquitted of that charge in a court of competent jurisdiction; judgment is reversed, appellant?s conviction for DUI second offense is set aside, and the case is remanded for resentencing on the conviction of driving under the influence, first offense

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WILLIAMS v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s convictions are affirmed as this Court holds that the informant?s tip provided the police with the requisite probable cause to arrest appellant and that the police did not need exigent circumstances in addition to probable cause for appellant?s arrest

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KENNETH WAYNE TURNER v. COMMONWEALTH

Circuit court erred in amending the warrant to charge driving under the influence, second or subsequent offense after appellant had been acquitted of that charge in a court of competent jurisdiction; judgment is reversed, appellant?s conviction for DUI second offense is set aside, and the case is remanded for resentencing on the conviction of driving under the influence, first offense

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WINKLER v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding the evidence sufficient to support appellant?s convictions of two counts of robbery and two counts of using a firearm in the commission of a felony

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