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LEWIS v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding evidence sufficient to prove that appellant possessed heroin; trial court did not abuse its discretion in permitting the Commonwealth to pose the challenged hypothetical to its expert witness

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HOLLAND v. HOLLAND

Summary affirmance - trial court did not abuse its discretion in its spousal support award or in refusing to award appellant her attorney's fees

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HOYT v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in denying appellant's motion to strike the abduction and related firearm charge as the abduction was incidental to appellant's commission of robbery

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BOEDEKER v. LARSON

No error in trial court's decision that a portion of husband's military career status bonus was marital property subject to division under the parties' separation agreement

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MELTON v. ATLANTIC GROUP, INC., et al.

No error in commission's determinations that employer's change-in-condition application for termination of benefits complied with the Rules, that claimant failed to market his residual work capacity and that employer's failure to grant claimant's request for vocational rehabilitative services did not relieve claimant from marketing his residual work capacity

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SCOTT v. SCOTT

No error in trial court's decision to classify condo as wholly marital property and to distribute it evenly between the parties; no abuse of discretion in the trial court's distribution of a tax refund or award of attorney fees to appellee

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MCBRIDE v. COMMONWEALTH

Court finds invited error doctrine precludes review of issue of whether trial court erred in not instructing jury on without the use of force in appellant's convictions of carnal knowledge

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MAYE v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court's determination that police executed a search warrant in compliance with the "forthwith" requirement of Code Section 19.2-56 or in finding evidence sufficient to support appellant's convictions for possession of a firearm and possession of cocaine with intent to distribute

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SHARPE v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying appellant's motion to suppress as appellant failed to establish a legitimate expectation of privacy

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ESQUIBELE v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err by amending appellant's indictment as permitted under Code Section 19.2-231 as the modification did not change the general nature or character of the crime charged

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PERRY v. DELISLE, et al.

Commission erred in finding evidence sufficient to conclude that appellee did not regularly employ three or more persons and was not within the coverage of the Workers' Compensation Act

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BOLDEN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding that sufficient evidence supports appellant's conviction for driving after having been adjudicated an habitual offender

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CHERRY v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err as probable cause and exigent circumstances existed to permit a warrantless entry of the residence to prevent the destruction of evidence and to effect the warrantless seizure of that evidence

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DOROUGH v. DOROUGH

No error in trial court's decision to reduce child support payments, as trial court found the appellee was neither voluntarily unemployed nor underemployed

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CIRRITO v. CIRRITO

Trial court did not err in determination that appellant had the burden to prove the cause of an increase in value of assets and in finding that jointly titled property was not gifted; trial court did err in determination of payment to appellee pursuant to a non-compete agreement, in refusing to award child support retroactive, and in ordering appellant to produce expert reports

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STOROZUM v. CHERNIN

Trial court erred in finding appellant guilty of criminal contempt and in imposing attorney's fees as a sanction; no error in trial court's arrearage award or refusal to require appellant to pay pro-rata share of medical expenses

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ORNDORFF v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court erred in refusing to grant appellant a new trial based on after-discovered evidence that appellant suffered from a psychiatric disorder that rendered her legally insane at the time of the offenses

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MCALEVY v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding removal of stolen property by an innocent purchaser can be imputed to appellant to satisfy asportation element of grand larceny

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