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RUDOLPH v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court?s denial of appellant?s motion to suppress marijuana found in appellant?s vehicle where officer had reasonable suspicion to stop the vehicle

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JOHNSON v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court?s finding that Code § 18.2-308.4(C) is not void for vagueness as it applies to appellant where statute does not encourage arbitrary and discriminatory enforcement

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SEGURA v. FAIRFAX COUNTY

Trial court did not err in finding it lacked jurisdiction to entertain appellant?s petition to reverse the termination of her parental rights where the child had been placed in the home of adoptive parents

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BARRETT v. GIBBS-BARRETT

No error in trial court?s classification of equity attributable to appellant?s post-separation mortgage payments as appellee?s based on appellant?s fully performed agreement to pay the mortgage in lieu of support and no error in trial court?s award of the marital portion of the residence to appellee

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FISHER v. SALUTE

Trial court did not err in making the terms of a wrongful death settlement a part of an order it could later enforce through contempt proceedings; trial court did not err in finding appellant in contempt where he continued to use various things as a ?dock? as prohibited by court order

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BROWN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in convicting appellant of misdemeanor child abuse and neglect in violation of Code § 18.2-371 since it is not a lesser-included offense of Code § 18.2-371.1, the statute under which appellant was charged; conviction dismissed

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COLEMAN v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court?s denial of appellant?s second motion to withdraw his guilty pleas where no evidence proved appellant did not enter pleas freely, no evidence proved appellant was incompetent to enter pleas, and appellant presented no evidence of a viable defense

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OLSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in its denial of appellant?s motion to suppress where the challenged evidence was obtained in a manner that did not violate appellant?s Fourth or Fifth Amendment rights

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PCELINSKI v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in refusing to give appellant?s instruction to jury in the form it was proffered; appellant?s other issues are barred by Rule 5A:18

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BONNIE F. MCCAULEY v. RAY P. MCCAULEY, JR.

No error in order granting divorce to appellee on grounds of desertion, awarding appellant less than fifty percent of marital property, in the defined duration award of spousal support, in not assessing part of appraisal costs against appellee, and awarding appellee a portion of appellant?s retirement account

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JONES v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court?s finding that appellant?s constitutional speedy trial rights were not violated as time commenced from second indictment after original indictments were properly nolle prosequied; trial court did not err in denying motion to suppress appellant?s statement as it was a voluntary statement not made in response to interrogation

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PITTS v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in appellant?s conviction of construction fraud where evidence proved appellant received an ?advance,? that the advance was procured with a fraudulent intent, and that he failed to make good on the promise to perform work

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BROWER v. COMMONWEALTH

As appellant?s initial arrest of drunk in public was supported by probable cause, he had no right to resist the arrest; conviction of assault and battery of a police officer affirmed

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JACKSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s convictions of possession of cocaine and willful failure to appear affirmed where appellant?s arguments regarding whether trial court erred in denying motion to sever the charges for separate trials are barred by Rule 5A:18

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SHERMAN RICKY JONES v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

No error in trial court?s finding that appellant?s constitutional speedy trial rights were not violated as time commenced from second indictment after original indictments were properly nolle prosequied; trial court did not err in denying motion to suppress appellant?s statement as it was a voluntary statement not made in response to interrogation

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TOWN OF WAVERLY v. OWENS

No error in commission?s application of the statutory presumption of Code § 65.2-402 in the absence of a pre-employment physical examination; award of benefits affirmed

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D'AMBROSIO v. FOWLER

No error in trial court?s decision, after considering the best interests of the child, to award primary physical custody of child to appellee, requiring a reasonable notice provision requiring notice to attend child?s special events outside appellant?s visitation times, governing medical decision making authority or in award of child support

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MCCAULEY v. MCCAULEY

No error in order granting divorce to appellee on grounds of desertion, awarding appellant less than fifty percent of marital property, in the defined duration award of spousal support, in not assessing part of appraisal costs against appellee, and awarding appellee a portion of appellant?s retirement account

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CHARLES C. PITTS v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

No error in appellant?s conviction of construction fraud where evidence proved appellant received an ?advance,? that the advance was procured with a fraudulent intent, and that he failed to make good on the promise to perform work

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JAGANNATHAN v. JAGANNATHAN

Trial court did not err in sentencing appellant to twelve months in jail for contempt, in denying a motion to set aside that order, and in prohibiting appellant from posting materials on the Internet

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AYALA v. HANN & HANN

No error in commission?s finding that appellant?s claim for benefits was barred by the statute of limitations contained in Code § 65.2-601 and appellant did not prove prejudice

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CARL RAY JACKSON v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Appellant?s convictions of possession of cocaine and willful failure to appear affirmed where appellant?s arguments regarding whether trial court erred in denying motion to sever the charges for separate trials are barred by Rule 5A:18

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CARTER v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in refusing to strike three prospective jurors for cause or in refusing to disqualify the entire venire after it saw appellant handcuffed for security reasons after an unrelated disturbance outside the courtroom

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