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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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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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JOSHUA MICHAEL PRUITT v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Trial court did not err in admitting certificate of analysis of breathalyzer test where circumstantial proved time of accident and thus when appellant was driving under the influence, in denying motion to suppress statement that he was operator of vehicle, and in finding evidence sufficient to support conviction of driving under the influence, third offense in five years

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THOMPSON v. THOMPSON

Trial court did not err in adhering to statutory time period and denying appellant?s request to file exceptions to commissioner?s report late and in accepting recommendations in commissioner?s report; additional issues barred by Rule 5A:18

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WAYNE THOMPSON v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Trial court did not err in denying motion to dismiss knife found on appellant?s person during a frisk for weapons, in allowing the Commonwealth to permit amendment of indictment before trial, and in finding butterfly knife in his possession was a weapon of like kind to support conviction of possession of concealed weapon by a felon

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CITY OF NORFOLK v. JORDAN

No error in commission?s denial of appellant?s application to terminate appellee?s outstanding award of temporary total disability benefits where sufficient evidence proved appellee remains disabled due to his work accident

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FITZPATRICK v. COMMONWEALTH

Rule 5A:18 bars issue raised on appeal that Code § 19.2-295.2 permits the executive branch, through the Parole Board, to perform a judicial function of imposing a sentence imposed pursuant to Code § 19.2-295.2

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THOMPSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying motion to dismiss knife found on appellant?s person during a frisk for weapons, in allowing the Commonwealth to permit amendment of indictment before trial, and in finding butterfly knife in his possession was a weapon of like kind to support conviction of possession of concealed weapon by a felon

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PORTER v. ROANOKE CITY

Trial court did not err in terminating appellant?s parental rights to her son where evidence proved appellee provided reasonable and appropriate services for her special needs and appellee presented clear and convincing evidence to support termination under Code § 16.1-283(B)

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RICKY WAYNE THOMPSON v. TANYA BROOKS THOMPSON

Trial court did not err in adhering to statutory time period and denying appellant?s request to file exceptions to commissioner?s report late and in accepting recommendations in commissioner?s report; additional issues barred by Rule 5A:18

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HARRIS v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying motion to suppress where officer was able to sufficiently corroborate information from anonymous tip and had reasonable suspicion to effect a brief detention of appellant

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PRUITT v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in admitting certificate of analysis of breathalyzer test where circumstantial proved time of accident and thus when appellant was driving under the influence, in denying motion to suppress statement that he was operator of vehicle, and in finding evidence sufficient to support conviction of driving under the influence, third offense in five years

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PHILLIPS v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant?s conviction of construction fraud reversed and dismissed where evidence did not support that appellant obtained an advance of funds with fraudulent intent

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BRIAN MCKEE v. BARBARA MCKEE

No error in trial court?s finding that appellant had the capacity to pay spousal support; issue of amount of award reversed and remanded to trial court for further proceedings

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SANGWAN v. FAIRFAX COUNTY

Trial court did not err in terminating appellant?s parental rights to her child where evidence proved termination was in child?s best interest and appellant, without good cause, had been unwilling or unable to remedy conditions leading to child?s placement in foster care within a reasonable time

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STEWART-PAYNE v. PAYNE

Error in trial court?s decision to allow appellee to continue to make mortgage payments and receive credit for them in lieu of making required child support payments where residence was no longer habitable after a fire, leaving appellant and child without a residence or sufficient funds to obtain shelter

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BROADHEAD v. BROADHEAD

Trial court erred in finding appellant was voluntarily underemployed by comparing his current position and salary level to the one held at the time of the initial award; matter remanded to trial court to determine whether appellant is voluntarily underemployed in his current position

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JAMI DAWN DUNN v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

As evidence did not support convictions of possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute as principal in second degree and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute as principal in second degree, matter remanded to trial court for resentencing on lesser-included convictions of possession of methamphetamine and possession of marijuana

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MCKEE v. MCKEE

No error in trial court?s finding that appellant had the capacity to pay spousal support; issue of amount of award reversed and remanded to trial court for further proceedings

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DUNN v. COMMONWEALTH

As evidence did not support convictions of possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute as principal in second degree and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute as principal in second degree, matter remanded to trial court for resentencing on lesser-included convictions of possession of methamphetamine and possession of marijuana

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