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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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SIMMONS v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court?s denial of appellant?s motion for a new trial based on after-discovered evidence where appellant failed to prove fourth prong of after-discovered evidence test, whether that evidence would produce opposite results at a new trial

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JAMES J. D.AMBROSIO v. DEBRA M. 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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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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SPAIN v. ROANOKE COUNTY

Trial court did not err in finding appellee proved by clear and convincing evidence that appellant?s parental rights to her child should be terminated and that termination was in child?s best interest

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TATIANA GILLESPIE v. AJAY GOYAL

No error in amount of contractual support payments allowed to appellant where she recovered what she sought and never objected on the record that the amount was inadequate

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COMMONWEALTH v. GRANGER

Trial court erred in finding police lacked reasonable suspicion to detain appellee and in suppressing appellee?s statement to police and evidence recovered from vehicle in which he was a passenger

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BRANCH v. PETERSBURG

Summary affirmance ? evidence was sufficient to support termination of appellant?s parental rights to her child where her rights had already been terminated to an older child

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PETER JONES v. ANN C. MATALAVAGE

Trial court did not err in awarding attorney?s fees to appellee under property settlement agreement of parties based on counsel?s representation of fees and in awarding child support based on sole custody guidelines rather than appellant?s suggestion of a divided formula

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MILLER v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding evidence was sufficient that appellant was a ?parent, guardian, or other person responsible for the care of? the child at the time the offense occurred; conviction of felony child abuse affirmed

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JERRY D. ROGERS v. DEBORAH N. ROGERS

Error in trial court?s award of spousal support when it concluded it could not compare earlier expense figures to newly provided business expense figures and in presuming appellant would receive a discharge of debt in bankruptcy proceedings

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GOYAL v. GILLESPIE

Trial court did not err in awarding contractual support payments to appellee pursuant to a divorce settlement agreement entered into in Cyprus

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SODEXHO INC. v. CLANTON

Summary affirmance ? no error in commission?s finding that appellee proved he sustained a compensable change in condition and awarding him temporary total disability benefits

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ROGERS v. ROGERS

Error in trial court?s award of spousal support when it concluded it could not compare earlier expense figures to newly provided business expense figures and in presuming appellant would receive a discharge of debt in bankruptcy proceedings

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GILLESPIE v. GOYAL

No error in amount of contractual support payments allowed to appellant where she recovered what she sought and never objected on the record that the amount was inadequate

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JOHNS v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in rejecting appellant?s double jeopardy argument that two indictments should have been merged into one when he entered guilty pleas to two separate and distinct counts of grand larceny

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BURK v. WISE COUNTY

Summary affirmance ? no error in commission?s finding that appellant failed to prove he sustained an injury by accident arising out of and in the course of his employment

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COURTURE v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in answering jury?s question regarding self-defense by referring the jury to previously given instructions; evidence was sufficient to support conviction of voluntary manslaughter

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JONES v. MATALAVAGE

Trial court did not err in awarding attorney?s fees to appellee under property settlement agreement of parties based on counsel?s representation of fees and in awarding child support based on sole custody guidelines rather than appellant?s suggestion of a divided formula

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