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JACOBSON-KAPLAN v. KAPLAN

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

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CALVIN JOJUAN BELL v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in admitting the certificate of analysis as the evidence fails to support the trial court?s finding that the certificate was provided to counsel of record in the manner required by the statute; as this Court cannot conclude the erroneous admission of the certificate was harmless, we reverse the convictions and remand the case

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SPRUILL v. COMMONWEALTH

As appellant has shown no prejudice resulting from what he claims was an abuse of discretion in denying a continuance, appellant?s conviction for possessing a firearm after having been convicted of a felony is affirmed

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WILLIAM M. DRAGAS v. LINDA R. DRAGAS

Trial court did not err in finding that appellant failed to comply with numerous terms of a decree that granted him a divorce from appellee and incorporated the parties? settlement agreement

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SHAKA AMIR FARRAKHAN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding appellant guilty of possession of a concealed weapon by a convicted felon as the knife carried by appellant was a ?weapon of like kind? for the purposes of Code Section 18.2-308(A)

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BARNES v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding the evidence sufficient to support a finding of criminal negligence under Code Section 40.1-103(A); appellant?s convictions for two counts of child endangerment affirmed

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STERLING SPRUILL v. COMMONWEALTH

As appellant has shown no prejudice resulting from what he claims was an abuse of discretion in denying a continuance, appellant?s conviction for possessing a firearm after having been convicted of a felony is affirmed

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GALLOWAY v. GALLOWAY

Trial court did not err in finding that the parties? property settlement agreement is valid and enforceable

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UNINSURED EMPLOYER?S FUND v. GABRIEL

This Court holds that the commission had jurisdiction, the claim arose out of the decedent?s employment, and it is not barred by the failure to obtain insurance

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ARTESHIA S. BARNES v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding the evidence sufficient to support a finding of criminal negligence under Code Section 40.1-103(A); appellant?s convictions for two counts of child endangerment affirmed

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WALKER v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding evidence sufficient to support appellant?s convictions for abduction and use of a firearm during the commission of a felony; incidental detention doctrine does not apply as appellant not convicted of robbery

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STEPHEN CRAIG WALKER v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding evidence sufficient to support appellant?s convictions for abduction and use of a firearm during the commission of a felony; incidental detention doctrine does not apply as appellant not convicted of robbery

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DRAGAS v. DRAGAS

Trial court did not err in finding that appellant failed to comply with numerous terms of a decree that granted him a divorce from appellee and incorporated the parties? settlement agreement

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HANSCOM v. ADVANCE AUTO PARTS

Summary affirmance ? commission did not err in finding that appellant failed to prove he remained partially disabled as a result of his compensable injury by accident and he was not entitled to a change in treating physicians

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FARRAKHAN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding appellant guilty of possession of a concealed weapon by a convicted felon as the knife carried by appellant was a ?weapon of like kind? for the purposes of Code Section 18.2-308(A)

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ANTHONY TAYLOR v. NORFOLK DIVISION OF SOCIAL SERVICES (118959)

Where appellant?s residual parental rights were terminated by Code Section 16.1-283(B) and (C)(2), appellant?s failure to challenge the termination of his residual parental rights under Code Section 16.1-283(B) constitutes a waiver of any claim of error

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GWALTNEY OF PORTSMOUTH AND TRAVELERS PROPERTY CASUALTY COMPANY OF AMERICA v. ANTHONY J. SCALES

Commission erred in accepting evidence documentation, which was not entered into evidence at the original hearing or during the seven-day post-hearing period while the record remained open, and which did not meet the legal standard for admitting after-discovered evidence; commission?s decision awarding claimant temporary total disability benefits reversed and case remanded

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LORINE AND WILLIAM BROWN, D/B/A LAKE ANNA ELDER CARE, INC. v. SHERRY JUDY

Summary affirmance ? commission did not err in finding that employer failed to prove that claimant?s claim was barred by her willful misconduct, claimant proved she gave notice of her industrial accident to employer, and claimant proved she sustained an injury by accident arising out of and in the course of her employment

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THOMAS LEE JOHNSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not abuse its discretion in concluding the juror did not improperly place on appellant a burden of producing evidence, had not prematurely made up her mind about appellant?s guilt, and remained suitably impartial

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FARMINGTON COUNTRY CLUB, INC., et al. v. MARSHALL

Commission erred in finding the necessary causal connection between claimant?s industrial injury and his gastro-esophageal reflux disease; commission?s award of medical benefits reversed

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ASHBY v. RAMAR COAL COMPANY, INC., et al.

Commission erred in its determination that the actual notice provision of Code Section 65.2-705 applies only to awards reached after an evidentiary hearing; accordingly, appellant?s request for review was filed timely

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TURNER v. TURNER

Trial court did not err in entering the Qualified Domestic Relations Order as the QDRO was an administrative mechanism to effectuate the intent and purpose of the final decree?s award

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HARRELL v. HARRELL

Trial court did not abuse its discretion by reserving the right to spousal support to both the parties

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GWALTNEY OF PORTSMOUTH, et al. v. SCALES

Commission erred in accepting evidence documentation, which was not entered into evidence at the original hearing or during the seven-day post-hearing period while the record remained open, and which did not meet the legal standard for admitting after-discovered evidence; commission?s decision awarding claimant temporary total disability benefits reversed and case remanded

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TAYLOR v. NORFOLK DIVISION OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Where appellant?s residual parental rights were terminated by Code Section 16.1-283(B) and (C)(2), appellant?s failure to challenge the termination of his residual parental rights under Code Section 16.1-283(B) constitutes a waiver of any claim of error

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BROWN, et al. v. JUDY

Summary affirmance ? commission did not err in finding that employer failed to prove that claimant?s claim was barred by her willful misconduct, claimant proved she gave notice of her industrial accident to employer, and claimant proved she sustained an injury by accident arising out of and in the course of her employment

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DOMINION VIRGINIA POWER v. FARR

Summary affirmance ? commission did not err in ruling that appellee proved that his injury by accident caused his right carpal tunnel syndrome

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ERIC O. TURNER, SR. v. IDELL TURNER

Trial court did not err in entering the Qualified Domestic Relations Order as the QDRO was an administrative mechanism to effectuate the intent and purpose of the final decree?s award

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JOHNSON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not abuse its discretion in concluding the juror did not improperly place on appellant a burden of producing evidence, had not prematurely made up her mind about appellant?s guilt, and remained suitably impartial

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RUSSELL SCOTT SMITH v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court?s denial of appellant?s motion to suppress as the search, which occurred during the course of a lawful traffic stop, was supported by reasonable suspicion to believe appellant had a weapon in the vehicle

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TIMOTHY MARTIN BARRETT v. VALERIE JILL RHUDY BARRETT

Trial court did not err in refusing to make a denial of spousal support retroactive; trial court erred in not following the statutory guidelines for the determination of child support; the issue of child support is reversed and that matter is remanded to the trial court

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