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JAMES EDWIN MCKINNON v. MICHELLE ATKINSON WOOD MCKINNON

Trial court?s decision to accept the commissioner?s factual finding rejecting appellee?s dissipation claim and his recommendation against an award of attorney?s fees to appellee affirmed; trial court?s decision to adopt the commissioner?s recommendation to treat the ?Fidelity New Millennium Fund? as marital property subject to an equitable distribution award reversed and matter remanded

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MCKINNON v. MCKINNON

Trial court?s decision to accept the commissioner?s factual finding rejecting appellee?s dissipation claim and his recommendation against an award of attorney?s fees to appellee affirmed; trial court?s decision to adopt the commissioner?s recommendation to treat the ?Fidelity New Millennium Fund? as marital property subject to an equitable distribution award reversed and matter remanded

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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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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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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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RUBY MORRIS FOWLER v. CLYDE M. FOWLER

Trial judge erred in finding the evidence insufficient to determine the marital share of appellee?s monthly pension benefits; that part of the judgment distributing the marital property is reversed and the case is remanded to the trial court for reconsideration

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LAURISTON EUGENE MCPHERSON v. COMMONWEALTH

No reversible error in trial court?s refusal to instruct the jury on accommodation in the conspiracy charge as any error regarding the proposed accommodation instruction was harmless; appellant?s convictions affirmed

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WHITEHEAD v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in convicting appellant of second-degree murder as the evidence was sufficient to conclude that appellant was a principal in the first degree

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JOHNSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in finding that the juvenile record presented to it complied with the requirements of Code Section 19.2-307 as the record was insufficient to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that appellant previously had been convicted of a delinquent act that would have been a felony if convicted by an adult; judgment is reversed and the charge is dismissed

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RAHNEMA v. RAHNEMA

Error in part in the trial court?s equitable distribution award; judgment is affirmed in part, reversed in part, and remanded to the trial court

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FOWLER v. FOWLER

Trial judge erred in finding the evidence insufficient to determine the marital share of appellee?s monthly pension benefits; that part of the judgment distributing the marital property is reversed and the case is remanded to the trial court for reconsideration

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MCPHERSON v. COMMONWEALTH

No reversible error in trial court?s refusal to instruct the jury on accommodation in the conspiracy charge as any error regarding the proposed accommodation instruction was harmless; appellant?s convictions affirmed

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THORNBURGH v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding the evidence was sufficient to convict appellant of unlawful wounding and in rejecting appellant?s claim of self-defense; appellant?s conviction affirmed

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ANTONIO JOHNSON, S/K/A ANTONIO HOWARD LEON JOHNSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in finding that the juvenile record presented to it complied with the requirements of Code Section 19.2-307 as the record was insufficient to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that appellant previously had been convicted of a delinquent act that would have been a felony if convicted by an adult; judgment is reversed and the charge is dismissed

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JAVIEL MEJIA-MARTINEZ v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court?s admission of selected hearsay statements the victim made to a police officer was harmless and did not implicate or violate the Confrontation Clause of the Sixth Amendment; trial court did not err in finding the evidence was sufficient to support appellant?s conviction of rape

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HAYES v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant?s motion to suppress as appellant?s encounter with police was consensual; appellant?s convictions for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and possession with intent to distribute affirmed

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JOHN JOHNSON, A/K/A JOHN JUNIOR JOHNSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in prohibiting appellant from thoroughly cross-examining the Commonwealth?s cooperating witness, and in admitting hearsay evidence; this Court reverses the judgment of the trial court with respect to the ten convictions embraced by this opinion and the case is remanded

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ARTIS v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not abuse its discretion in revoking a portion of appellant?s suspended sentence as evidence was sufficient to permit a finding that appellant failed to satisfy the good behavior condition of his suspended sentence, and to show appellant had adequate notice that his actions could result in revocation

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CALVIN TAYLOR v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court?s denial of appellant?s motion to suppress as the seizure and search that led to the discovery of marijuana on his person were reasonable; appellant?s conviction for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute affirmed

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SCOTT v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding the evidence sufficient to prove appellant constructively possessed the cocaine; appellant?s conviction for possession of cocaine affirmed

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HARSLEY v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding the evidence was sufficient to convict appellant of possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute

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MICUS v. MITCHELL

Trial court did not err in awarding custody of appellant?s minor child to her paternal grandmother, in finding that grandmother was a "person with a legitimate interest," and in denying grandmother?s motion for child support; trial court erred in failing to award grandmother attorney?s fees; matter remanded to trial court to determine issue of attorney?s fees

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MEJIA-MARTINEZ v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court?s admission of selected hearsay statements the victim made to a police officer was harmless and did not implicate or violate the Confrontation Clause of the Sixth Amendment; trial court did not err in finding the evidence was sufficient to support appellant?s conviction of rape

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VA BIRTH-RELATED NEUROLOGICAL INJURY COMP. PROGRAM v. MCGRADY

Commission did not err in qualifying the infant to receive funds from the Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program as evidence was sufficient to prove that the infant has both a permanent motorical disability and a developmental disability, and will need assistance in all activities in daily living, as required by Code Section 38.2-5001

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JOHNSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in prohibiting appellant from thoroughly cross-examining the Commonwealth?s cooperating witness, and in admitting hearsay evidence; this Court reverses the judgment of the trial court with respect to the ten convictions embraced by this opinion and the case is remanded

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