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MOLLOY v. ABBEYSHROUL INC.

Commission did not err in finding that an independent intervening cause attributable to appellant?s own intentional conduct caused the amputation of his right arm; commission?s decision denying appellant?s claim for benefits and medical expenses related to his injury by accident is affirmed

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OTEY v. ROANOKE CITY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Trial court did not err in finding that the department of social services proved by clear and convincing evidence that appellant?s parental rights should be terminated pursuant to Code Section 16.1-283(C); Rule 5A:18 precludes appellate review of appellant?s argument that the trial court erred by denying his pretrial motion to disqualify the guardian ad litem and to appoint a replacement

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VENABLE v. COMMONWEALTH

This Court holds that the trial court did not contravene the Self-Incrimination Clause of the Fifth Amendment when it found that appellant violated a condition of his probation; trial court did it violate the Fifth Amendment by ordering appellant to enroll in an alternative sex-offender treatment program

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PINOTH v. GLAIZE COMPANY

Commission did not err in finding claimant willfully violated a known safety rule in violation of Code Section 65.2-306 and in not addressing the deputy commissioner?s ruling that claimant?s injury did not occur in the course of his employment

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MARIE HUGHES v. WAYNE LAMAR HUGHES

Summary affirmance ? trial judge did not abuse his discretion in failing to identify the statutory factors while awarding husband the thrift savings plan; this Court cannot consider appellant?s argument that the trial judge abused his discretion by fixing the amount and duration of her spousal support as appellant failed to preserve this issue for appeal

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JAMES PAUL VENABLE, JR. v. COMMONWEALTH

This Court holds that the trial court did not contravene the Self-Incrimination Clause of the Fifth Amendment when it found that appellant violated a condition of his probation; trial court did it violate the Fifth Amendment by ordering appellant to enroll in an alternative sex-offender treatment program

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HUGHES v. HUGHES

Summary affirmance ? trial judge did not abuse his discretion in failing to identify the statutory factors while awarding husband the thrift savings plan; this Court cannot consider appellant?s argument that the trial judge abused his discretion by fixing the amount and duration of her spousal support as appellant failed to preserve this issue for appeal

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JOSE A. ACUNA v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err by admitting appellant?s statement of refusal to take a breath test, by admitting records of two prior driving under the influence convictions, and by admitting the Division of Motor Vehicles record of his adjudication as an habitual offender; appellant?s convictions affirmed

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ACUNA v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err by admitting appellant?s statement of refusal to take a breath test, by admitting records of two prior driving under the influence convictions, and by admitting the Division of Motor Vehicles record of his adjudication as an habitual offender; appellant?s convictions affirmed

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MCCLURE v. MCCLURE

Summary affirmance ? trial court?s order restoring and modifying spousal support to wife and awarding husband child support is affirmed

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TYRONE ALONZO BULLOCK v. COMMONWEALTH (121057)

Trial court did not err in refusing to consider the possibility of allowing appellant to serve any part of his sentences in a juvenile facility and in concluding it lacked the discretion to suspend any portion of the mandatory minimum sentences on the firearm convictions or to set those sentences to run concurrently

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OLIVER v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding the evidence sufficient to convict appellant of second-degree murder; judgment of trial court affirmed

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O?HARA v. O?HARA

Trial court did not err in finding that wife cohabitated with another person in a relationship analogous to marriage for a period of more than one year; the decree terminating husband?s spousal support obligation is affirmed

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BULLOCK v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in refusing to consider the possibility of allowing appellant to serve any part of his sentences in a juvenile facility and in concluding it lacked the discretion to suspend any portion of the mandatory minimum sentences on the firearm convictions or to set those sentences to run concurrently

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DAVIS v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in finding the evidence was sufficient to support appellant?s conviction for animate object sexual penetration; appellant?s conviction is reversed and the indictment is dismissed

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FARRAR v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s conviction of petit larceny is reversed and dismissed as it was included in appellant?s conviction of third offense larceny; appellant?s conviction of third offense larceny is affirmed

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SANDRA H. O?HARA v. TIM PRICE O?HARA (121054)

Trial court did not err in finding that wife cohabitated with another person in a relationship analogous to marriage for a period of more than one year; the decree terminating husband?s spousal support obligation is affirmed

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SMITH v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding the evidence was sufficient to support appellant?s convictions for grand larceny and breaking and entering with intent to commit larceny

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HAYDEN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to dismiss the indictments; evidence was sufficient to prove that appellant was the criminal agent who committed the charged crimes; appellant?s convictions affirmed

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