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HOWELL v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not abuse its discretion in requiring that appellant make restitution for the cost of a security system installed after appellant burglarized a business; appellant?s convictions of statutory burglary and grand larceny are affirmed

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KATRINA M. MCKEEL v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err by admitting the certificate of blood alcohol analysis without the live testimony of the operator of the breath test as appellant waived her rights to confrontation and cross-examination by failing to avail herself of her statutory right under Code Section 19.2-187.1 to subpoena the operator of the breath test

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JOSEPH BOOKER v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court?s judgment is affirmed as the trial judge permissibly instructed the jury that the court had ?the power to reduce, but not increase the sentence? fixed by the jury; appellant?s sentence is affirmed

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TWILA EILEEN MARTIN v. MORRIS DEAN MARTIN, JR.

Summary affirmance ? no error in the trial court?s determination that wife failed to demonstrate the separation agreement was unconscionable and in its factual findings; trial court?s construction of the contract was correct; matter remanded to the trial court to fix reasonable attorney?s fees

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ANTINNE ANDERSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial judge did not err in refusing to instruct the jury on the incidental detention doctrine; appellant?s convictions of abduction and assault and battery of a corrections officer are affirmed

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ASKEW v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in finding that it was divested of jurisdiction to consider the motion for bail pending appeal; judgment reversed and case remanded to the trial court

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MARTIN v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s convictions are affirmed as the evidence of other crimes in this case meets the exception for proving possession of the murder weapon and the trial court?s determination thereof was not plainly in error

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MARTIN v. MARTIN

Summary affirmance ? no error in the trial court?s determination that wife failed to demonstrate the separation agreement was unconscionable and in its factual findings; trial court?s construction of the contract was correct; matter remanded to the trial court to fix reasonable attorney?s fees

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ANDERSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial judge did not err in refusing to instruct the jury on the incidental detention doctrine; appellant?s convictions of abduction and assault and battery of a corrections officer are affirmed

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MAWYER v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial judge did not err in refusing to instruct the jury on the incidental detention doctrine; issue of whether the trial judge erred by denying appellant?s motion for a mistrial is procedurally barred; appellant?s convictions of abduction and assault and battery of a correctional officer are affirmed

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JACKSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in finding the evidence was sufficient to support appellant?s conviction for obtaining money by false pretenses; judgment is reversed and the indictment is dismissed

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FOOD LION v. ROBERTSON

Summary affirmance ? no error in commission?s finding that employer failed to prove that appellee?s claim was barred by willful misconduct pursuant to Code Section 65.2-306

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HALL MAZDA v. GOWINGS

Summary affirmance ? commission did not err in finding that appellee proved he sustained a compensable change in condition and by awarding appellee payment of related medical expenses, temporary total disability benefits, and temporary partial disability benefits

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NOWLIN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err by denying appellant?s motion to suppress the evidence obtained during the search incident to his arrest; judgment affirmed

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PALMER v. COMMONWEALTH

This Court does not address the merits of the issues raised by appellant on appeal as Rule 5A:20(e) bars us from addressing any issues unsupported by authority; judgment affirmed

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EBERTH v. COUNTY OF PRINCE WILLIAM

Appellant?s conviction for violating Prince William County Code Section 13-322(a)(1) is reversed and the underlying citation is dismissed as the County lacks the authority to apply County Code Section 13-322 to a vehicle parked in the private parking lot of an apartment complex

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MILTON RAY PALMER v. COMMONWEALTH

This Court does not address the merits of the issues raised by appellant on appeal as Rule 5A:20(e) bars us from addressing any issues unsupported by authority; judgment affirmed

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ROBERT WILLIAM EBERTH v. COUNTY OF PRINCE WILLIAM

Appellant?s conviction for violating Prince William County Code Section 13-322(a)(1) is reversed and the underlying citation is dismissed as the County lacks the authority to apply County Code Section 13-322 to a vehicle parked in the private parking lot of an apartment complex

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LOGAN v. CITY OF HAMPTON

No error in the trial court?s decision to change the goal in the permanent foster care service plan to adoption and in its termination of appellant?s parental rights

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