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WESLEY W. LEWIS v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion in limine to prevent the Commonwealth from introducing evidence of a separate robbery attempt for the purpose of establishing appellant?s identity as the perpetrator of the three robberies for which he was charged

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FISHER v. FISHER

Trial judge did not err in ruling that the agreement did not contain surplusage, that the agreement was unambiguous, and that an award of attorney?s fees was an appropriate sanction under a rule to show cause

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WILLIAMS v. WILLIAMS

Trial court did not abuse its discretion by granting an extension of time within which appellee could purchase the marital home; trial court had jurisdiction to act and properly exercised its discretion

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NOCE v. NOCE

Summary affirmance ? trial court did not err in refusing to award appellant a divorce on the ground of wife?s adultery, in awarding spousal support to wife, and by failing to give husband credit for his post-separation payments towards the second mortgage on the marital residence

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ROSA v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to suppress pictures found on his computer during a search of the computer as the officer acted reasonably in opening the picture files and the deleted files were in plain view

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ARMSTRONG v. HOOVER

Summary affirmance ? trial judge did not abuse her discretion in selecting the school for the minor child; trial judge acted within her discretion under Code Section 20-108

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KEITH ALAN ROSA v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to suppress pictures found on his computer during a search of the computer as the officer acted reasonably in opening the picture files and the deleted files were in plain view

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BERNARD L. LEWIS v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to strike the evidence and permitting the Commonwealth to reopen its case; appellant?s conviction of possession of cocaine affirmed

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B. LEWIS v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to strike the evidence and permitting the Commonwealth to reopen its case; appellant?s conviction of possession of cocaine affirmed

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CARL DOUG NOCE v. LYNN MORELLE CANADA NOCE

Summary affirmance ? trial court did not err in refusing to award appellant a divorce on the ground of wife?s adultery, in awarding spousal support to wife, and by failing to give husband credit for his post-separation payments towards the second mortgage on the marital residence

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W. LEWIS v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion in limine to prevent the Commonwealth from introducing evidence of a separate robbery attempt for the purpose of establishing appellant?s identity as the perpetrator of the three robberies for which he was charged

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KING v. CARROLL COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Summary affirmance ? trial court did not err in terminating appellant?s residual parental rights as the department of social services presented clear and convincing evidence satisfying the statutory requirements of Code Section 16.1-283(B), (E)(iii) and (E)(iv) and establishing that the termination of appellant?s residual parental rights was in the best interests of the children

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COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA v. DOROTHY VINETTA BRIGGS

Trial court erred in finding that the officers could not ask questions regarding drug paraphernalia without first giving Miranda warnings and that the officers did not have reasonable suspicion to conduct an investigatory stop; trial court?s decision granting the motion to suppress is reversed and the case is remanded to the trial court

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PRYOR v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in refusing to set aside the abduction conviction and in admitting into evidence the preliminary hearing testimony of appellant?s wife; appellant?s convictions of first-degree murder and abduction are affirmed

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CHESAPEAKE BAY FOUNDATION v. COMMONWEALTH

This Court holds the trial court?s conclusion that Virginia law does not permit representational standing was erroneous and the facts alleged in appellant?s petition for appeal were sufficient to survive the appellees? demurrers; trial court?s dismissal of appellant?s petition for appeal with prejudice is reversed and the case is remanded to the trial court

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GARY ANTHONY PRYOR v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in refusing to set aside the abduction conviction and in admitting into evidence the preliminary hearing testimony of appellant?s wife; appellant?s convictions of first-degree murder and abduction are affirmed

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GILMAN v. COMMONWEALTH

Circuit court did not err in admitting into evidence a Certificate of Conviction prepared by the juvenile and domestic relations judge as the admission of the certificate pursuant to Code Section 18.2-459 did not implicate appellant?s Confrontation Clause rights

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CHESAPEAKE BAY FOUNDATION, INC. v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, ex rel., et al.

This Court holds the trial court?s conclusion that Virginia law does not permit representational standing was erroneous and the facts alleged in appellant?s petition for appeal were sufficient to survive the appellees? demurrers; trial court?s dismissal of appellant?s petition for appeal with prejudice is reversed and the case is remanded to the trial court

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TINA GILMAN, S/K/A TINA M. GILMAN v. COMMONWEALTH

Circuit court did not err in admitting into evidence a Certificate of Conviction prepared by the juvenile and domestic relations judge as the admission of the certificate pursuant to Code Section 18.2-459 did not implicate appellant?s Confrontation Clause rights

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KING v. CARROLL COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Summary affirmance ? trial court did not err in terminating appellant?s residual parental rights as the department of social services presented clear and convincing evidence satisfying the statutory requirements of Code Section 16.1-283(B), (E)(iii) and (E)(iv) and establishing that the termination of appellant?s residual parental rights was in the best interests of the children

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TONY L. KING v. CARROLL COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (119847)

Summary affirmance ? trial court did not err in terminating appellant?s residual parental rights as the department of social services presented clear and convincing evidence satisfying the statutory requirements of Code Section 16.1-283(B), (E)(iii) and (E)(iv) and establishing that the termination of appellant?s residual parental rights was in the best interests of the children

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NEWPORT NEWS SHIPBUILDING AND DRY DOCK COMPANY v. HOLMES

No error in commission?s decision holding that employer had not paid claimant 500 weeks of wage loss compensation benefits pursuant to an award under the Virginia Workers? Compensation Act as employer?s payments to claimant under the federal LHWCA were voluntary and could not be taken into account when calculating the total amount of claimant?s compensation benefits under the Virginia Act

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NEWPORT NEWS SHIPBUILDING AND DRY DOCK COMPANY v. MARY GERTRUDE HOLMES

No error in commission?s decision holding that employer had not paid claimant 500 weeks of wage loss compensation benefits pursuant to an award under the Virginia Workers? Compensation Act as employer?s payments to claimant under the federal LHWCA were voluntary and could not be taken into account when calculating the total amount of claimant?s compensation benefits under the Virginia Act

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SODERSTROM v. MALONEY

Summary affirmance ? trial court did not abuse its discretion by modifying rather than terminating appellee?s award of spousal support

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TONY L. KING v. CARROLL COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (119849)

Summary affirmance ? trial court did not err in terminating appellant?s residual parental rights as the department of social services presented clear and convincing evidence satisfying the statutory requirements of Code Section 16.1-283(B), (E)(iii) and (E)(iv) and establishing that the termination of appellant?s residual parental rights was in the best interests of the children

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SPRINT CORPORATION v. BROOKS

Commission did not err in granting appellee permission to return to and resume treatment from her treating physician as res judicata did not bar the commission from considering appellee?s application for ongoing medical treatment and appellee proved her need for continued medical treatment was causally related to her injury by accident

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COMMONWEALTH v. BRIGGS

Trial court erred in finding that the officers could not ask questions regarding drug paraphernalia without first giving Miranda warnings and that the officers did not have reasonable suspicion to conduct an investigatory stop; trial court?s decision granting the motion to suppress is reversed and the case is remanded to the trial court

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