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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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BOUDWIN v. CATANIA

Summary affirmance ? no error in trial court?s denial of appellant?s ?Motion for Various Relief? pertaining to sale of marital home

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STOUT v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in admitting evidence of gunshot residue on appellant?s hand on the night of murder of victim and in refusing appellant?s proffered jury instruction

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MCCRAY v. COMMONWEALTH (125007)

No error in trial court?s denial of motion to suppress evidence obtained during investigative detention of appellant; evidence was sufficient to support convictions of robbery, use of a firearm in commission of a felony, and assault and battery of police officer

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TIMOTHY LANCE WESTFALL v. DEBORAH SUE WESTFALL

No error in trial court?s entry of final decree of divorce with regard to denial of appointment of guardian ad litem for minor children, equitable distribution of parties? property, deviating from presumptive amount in calculating child support, and in ordering appellant to have no contact with children unless they initiate it

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GAIL ANDREWS v. ROANOKE CITY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Evidence was sufficient to support termination of parental rights to four of appellant?s children where it proved it was not reasonably likely conditions resulting in abuse or neglect could be substantially corrected or eliminated with reasonable period and that appellant was without good cause, unable to remedy conditions for a period in excess of twelve months

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PENLEY v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in denying motion to strike the evidence pertaining to felony conviction of obtaining utility service by fraud where the evidence failed to establish that the value of the services obtained was $200 or more; remanded to trial court for new sentencing proceeding on lesser-included misdemeanor conviction

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FRANK EUGENE SOLESBEE, JR. v. COMMONWEALTH

Evidence was sufficient to support appellant?s conviction of possession of burglarious tools were evidence showed appellant used the plastic ties to bind victim?s hands and feet in the course of robbery to accomplish the theft

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BRIAN CURTIS MCCRAY v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in admitting certificate of analysis as appellant waived his Confrontation Clause rights by not giving the Commonwealth notice that he desired to examine the scientist who preformed the analysis before the day of trial

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CARLOS J. MCCRAY v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court?s denial of motion to suppress evidence obtained during investigative detention of appellant; evidence was sufficient to support convictions of robbery, use of a firearm in commission of a felony, and assault and battery of police officer

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WESTFALL v. WESTFALL

No error in trial court?s entry of final decree of divorce with regard to denial of appointment of guardian ad litem for minor children, equitable distribution of parties? property, deviating from presumptive amount in calculating child support, and in ordering appellant to have no contact with children unless they initiate it

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ANDREWS v. ROANOKE CITY

Evidence was sufficient to support termination of parental rights to four of appellant?s children where it proved it was not reasonably likely conditions resulting in abuse or neglect could be substantially corrected or eliminated with reasonable period and that appellant was without good cause, unable to remedy conditions for a period in excess of twelve months

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ECKLE GLADEY PENLEY, JR. v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in denying motion to strike the evidence pertaining to felony conviction of obtaining utility service by fraud where the evidence failed to establish that the value of the services obtained was $200 or more; remanded to trial court for new sentencing proceeding on lesser-included misdemeanor conviction

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SOLESBEE v. COMMONWEALTH

Evidence was sufficient to support appellant?s conviction of possession of burglarious tools were evidence showed appellant used the plastic ties to bind victim?s hands and feet in the course of robbery to accomplish the theft

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MCCRAY v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in admitting certificate of analysis as appellant waived his Confrontation Clause rights by not giving the Commonwealth notice that he desired to examine the scientist who preformed the analysis before the day of trial

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MACLEAN v. ROANOKE COUNTY

Evidence was sufficient to support termination of parental rights to appellant?s daughter where it proved she was unable to remedy substantially the conditions leading to the child?s placement in foster care and efforts were sufficient to assist appellant

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EVANS v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in convicting appellant of three separate counts of carnal knowledge where evidence proved statutory elements of carnal knowledge of a child were satisfied with each successive act of sexual intercourse

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SHELTON v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding evidence was sufficient to convict appellant of robbery and use of a firearm in the commission of robbery; trial court did not abuse its discretion in denying motion to reconsider and request for a new trial based on after-discovered evidence, and in denying motion for a continuance

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INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES v. CHASE

No error in commission?s award of benefits to appellee where evidence supports finding that appellee had a compensable occupational disease and appellee had not obtained her pre-injury status and had not recovered from her disabling condition caused by exposure to chemicals

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PATTERSON BROTHERS PAVING v. LACY

Commission did not apply correct legal analysis in determining whether appellee was responsible for his wrongful conduct resulting in his termination when it determined that while appellee was terminated for justified cause but not such as to warrant a permanent forfeiture of his disability benefits

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DAVID YANCEY v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

No error in trial court?s denial of motion to suppress as officers did not violate the Fourth Amendment by detaining appellant to investigate trespassing offense and evidence supported that conviction; trial court erred in convicting appellant of obstructing justice where only evidence of obstruction presented was appellant?s flight from scene

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SHANNON v. SHANNON

No error in trial court?s equitable distribution of parties? property wherein it refused to award appellant a portion of appellee?s military pension, refused to impute income to appellee, refused to award appellant current spousal support, and refused to award appellant attorney?s fees; trial court did not err in refusing to award appellee portion of appellant?s pension

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RICHARD CALEB SHELTON v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Trial court did not err in finding evidence was sufficient to convict appellant of robbery and use of a firearm in the commission of robbery; trial court did not abuse its discretion in denying motion to reconsider and request for a new trial based on after-discovered evidence, and in denying motion for a continuance

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