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ROMAN v. ONDEO DEGREMONT

Commission erred in denying claimant?s request for imposition of a penalty; this Court holds that where the commission orders an attorney?s fee to be paid out of a claimant?s accrued compensation, the fee remains compensation within the meaning of the penalty statute; commission?s decision is reversed and the matter is remanded

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CLAY v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to suppress a photograph of him taken by a police officer and in admitting evidence of the victim?s identification of him in a pretrial photo lineup

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WILBUR ALPHONSO CLAY v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to suppress a photograph of him taken by a police officer and in admitting evidence of the victim?s identification of him in a pretrial photo lineup

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TOOKE v. COMMONWEALTH

As appellant was convicted twice for conduct that was but one criminal act, one of appellant?s convictions of felony hit and run is reversed and the matter is remanded to the trial court to dismiss that indictment; as the evidence was sufficient to prove appellant had actual knowledge of the accident, appellant?s other conviction of felony hit and run is affirmed

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COKLEY v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to strike the evidence and in finding him guilty of possession of cocaine with intent to distribute as the evidence was sufficient to sustain the conviction

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DEVILLE v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial judge?s denial of appellant?s Brady motion as appellant cannot show a reasonable probability that the outcome of his trial would have been different had the evidence been disclosed earlier; appellant?s conviction of conspiring to commit grand larceny by false pretenses is affirmed

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WILSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not abuse its discretion in imposing restitution in the amount of $15,000 to the insurance company as the Commonwealth provided sufficient evidence of the actual amount of loss sustained by the insurance company

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ANTONIO WILSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not abuse its discretion in imposing restitution in the amount of $15,000 to the insurance company as the Commonwealth provided sufficient evidence of the actual amount of loss sustained by the insurance company

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BOWEN v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s conviction under Code Section 18.2-308.2 did not violate his constitutional right to due process as appellant failed to prove that his parole officer affirmatively assured him that the conduct that gave rise to his conviction was lawful; trial court did not err in ruling it no longer had jurisdiction to consider appellant?s motion for bond pending appeal

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TRINELL LORENZO BOWEN v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s conviction under Code Section 18.2-308.2 did not violate his constitutional right to due process as appellant failed to prove that his parole officer affirmatively assured him that the conduct that gave rise to his conviction was lawful; trial court did not err in ruling it no longer had jurisdiction to consider appellant?s motion for bond pending appeal

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LUTES v. VIRGINIA BEACH DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

Trial court did not err in terminating appellant?s residual parental rights to her minor son under Code Section 16.1-283(C)(2) as the department of human services presented clear and convincing evidence that the termination of appellant?s parental rights was in the child?s best interests

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SUGGS v. SUGGS CARPET INSTALLATION

Commission did not err in allowing employer to reduce payments of claimant?s future compensation and medical benefits pursuant to Code Section 65.2-313, until employer recoups the gross recovery obtained by claimant as a result of a third-party settlement and in finding that employer is not responsible for the cost of a hot tub installed at claimant?s residence

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BO JASON TOOKE v. COMMONWEALTH

As appellant was convicted twice for conduct that was but one criminal act, one of appellant?s convictions of felony hit and run is reversed and the matter is remanded to the trial court to dismiss that indictment; as the evidence was sufficient to prove appellant had actual knowledge of the accident, appellant?s other conviction of felony hit and run is affirmed

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BAYNE v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in the trial court?s finding that the evidence was sufficient to prove appellant guilty of improper driving as proscribed by Code Section 46.2-869

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CHARLES DEANDRE DEVILLE v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial judge?s denial of appellant?s Brady motion as appellant cannot show a reasonable probability that the outcome of his trial would have been different had the evidence been disclosed earlier; appellant?s conviction of conspiring to commit grand larceny by false pretenses is affirmed

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JACKSON (JERRY T.) v. WARDEN (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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CVS VIRGINIA DISTRIBUTION v. OWENS

Summary affirmance ? commission did not err in finding that claimant proved that her disability and medical treatment were causally related to her compensable injury by accident and that she was totally disabled

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WARD v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court?s denial of appellant?s motion to suppress as the anticipatory warrant was valid; evidence was sufficient to support appellant?s convictions for possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute

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SCOTT v. CHARLOTTE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Appellants? failure to challenge the terminations of their parental rights under Code Section 16.1-283(C) and (E) renders moot their claims regarding the terminations under Code Section 16.1-283(B); trial court?s decisions to terminate appellants? parental rights are affirmed

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AM LINER EAST v. OSBURN

Commission erred in finding that the employer?s application and supporting documentation was insufficient to provide probable cause to warrant the relief sought; commission?s decision reversed and case remanded for referral of the employer?s application to the hearing docket

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BROWN v. BROWN

Summary affirmance ? no error in trial court?s decision to award sole legal custody and primary physical custody with mother; pursuant to Rule 5A:18, father waived his argument that the court failed to consider the factors enumerated in Code Section 20-124.3 or that the court failed to inform the parties of the basis of its decision

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IAN DOUGLAS BROWN v. ROSA INES B. BROWN

Summary affirmance ? no error in trial court?s decision to award sole legal custody and primary physical custody with mother; pursuant to Rule 5A:18, father waived his argument that the court failed to consider the factors enumerated in Code Section 20-124.3 or that the court failed to inform the parties of the basis of its decision

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TRAVIS DAREYLL FORD v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s Batson challenge to the Commonwealth?s exercise of its peremptory strikes and in denying his motion to strike the abduction charge as the evidence was sufficient to support his conviction

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FORD v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s Batson challenge to the Commonwealth?s exercise of its peremptory strikes and in denying his motion to strike the abduction charge as the evidence was sufficient to support his conviction

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JUSTIN L. LUNCEFORD v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in finding an intent to distribute; appellant?s conviction of possession with intent to distribute cocaine is reversed and case remanded for entry of an order finding the appellant guilty of possession of cocaine and for re-sentencing on the lesser-included offense

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LUNCEFORD v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in finding an intent to distribute; appellant?s conviction of possession with intent to distribute cocaine is reversed and case remanded for entry of an order finding the appellant guilty of possession of cocaine and for re-sentencing on the lesser-included offense

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KEITH MCKINLEY WHITE v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to suppress by finding the search was based upon probable cause and in finding the evidence sufficient to convict him of possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute

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MICHAEL D. WARD v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court?s denial of appellant?s motion to suppress as the anticipatory warrant was valid; evidence was sufficient to support appellant?s convictions for possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute

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WHITE v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to suppress by finding the search was based upon probable cause and in finding the evidence sufficient to convict him of possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute

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