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IN RE: BUI

Petition for writ of actual innocence dismissed where matters presented for consideration were matters that could have been raised on appellate review and petitioner has not demonstrated that no rational trier or fact could have found him guilty

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LENEAVE v. COMMONWEALTH

Judgment of trial court denying motion to withdraw guilty pleas affirmed where evidence supported finding that there was no honest mistake of material fact to support withdrawal of pleas

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IN RE: NEAL

Petition for writ of actual innocence dismissed where legal arguments advanced by petitioner are not "evidence" entitling him to relief under statute and certificate of analysis was not evidence previously unknown or unavailable to petitioner

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STUMP v. COMMONWEALTH

Judgment of trial court affirmed where evidence supported jury's verdict of malicious wounding, limitation of cross-examination of nature of victim's prior convictions was harmless and no probability that had additional impeachment evidence been disclosed, it would have changed jury's verdict

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CAMPOS v. COMMONWEALTH

Judgment of trial court affirmed where Court finds appellant's issue of whether he could be convicted of attempted grand larceny of vehicle and grand larceny of contents of vehicle under single larceny doctrine barred by Rule 5A:18

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BALDWIN v. BALDWIN

No error in trial court's finding that the agreement of the parties predated the cohabitation bar of statute and appellant has no statutory right to terminate spousal support and as agreement does not authorize termination on cohabitation grounds, appellant has no contractual right to terminate spousal support

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PRUITT v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in excluding testimony regarding admissions made by appellant's son on ground of hearsay or in convicting appellant of two counts of causing his minor son to assist him in distributing marijuana

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HOWARD v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in conviction of grand larceny where evidence was sufficient to support conviction and trial court did not err in excluding evidence that a defense witness had filed a complaint against the lead investigator

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NEWSOME v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in denying motion to suppress based on ground that evidence, which was obtained pursuant to a search warrant, was preceded and tainted by a protective sweep of residence

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WHEELER v. COMMONWEALTH

Evidence was sufficient to support conviction of petit larceny where evidence proved appellant knew he did not have enough money or a valid credit card to pay tab at bar

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TEDFORD v. DEAN-BRYANT

Trial court exceeded its jurisdiction in sua sponte modifying amount of child support; trial court did not err in awarding attorney's fees to appellee, in declining to hold appellee in contempt or in assessing costs for part of guardian ad litem fees against appellant

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NEATROUR v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in finding results of preliminary breath test admissible to determine probable cause or in finding evidence sufficient to support conviction of driving under the influence, third or subsequent offense; motion to suppress properly denied

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MARTIN v. MARTIN

No error in trial court's denial of motion to modify spousal support based on its finding that there was no material change in circumstances to justify modification

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ESTATE OF HACKLER v. HACKLER

No error in trial court's appointment of a conservator pursuant to Rule 4:12; as divorce action abated upon the death of husband, every proceeding ancillary to it was also abated and divested trial court of jurisdiction to make further determinations

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HOPPE v. SCHOLZ

Summary affirmance - No error in ruling of trial court requiring appellants to pay $5,000 of appellee's attorney's fees

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TRAN v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in ruling that witness did not waive his Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination and was unavailable as a witness or in excluding as hearsay typewritten letter prepared by appellant and signed by witness

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IN RE: WILSON

Petition for writ of actual innocence dismissed where documentation accompanying petition indicates that petitioner pled guilty to the charges pursuant to a plea agreement

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DOLLAR GENERAL CORPORATION #0879 v. HARTLEY

Summary affirmance - No error in commission's denial of appellant's application to terminate award of disability benefits where it found appellee's termination was not for justified cause and was not tantamount to unjustified refusal of selective employment

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IN RE: RHODES

Petition for writ of actual innocence dismissed where petitioner's argument pertains to the legal effect to his case of one of this Court's opinions issued subsequent to his conviction rather than previously unknown or unavailable non-biological evidence

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RIFFLE v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court's refusal to set aside the verdict where appellant alleged witness gave opinion testimony on the credibility of the child victim

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OUSJI v. RESIDENCE INN, et al.

Summary affirmance - No error in termination of appellant's open award on grounds that she unjustifiably refused selective employment and unjustifiably refused medical treatment

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IN RE: WALKER

Petition for writ of actual innocence dismissed as two psychological reports upon which petitioner bases his claim were known to and provided to petitioner's trial attorney at the time convictions became final in the trial court

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COBBS v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in admitting evidence of appellant's prior failure to appear for trial, admitting evidence of unrelated incidents of flight or in admitting statements made by appellant on those occasions

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HARLAND v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court's refusal to suppress appellant's statements or in finding evidence sufficient to support convictions of two counts of aggravated sexual battery and one count of forcible sodomy

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MORRIS v. MORRIS

Trial court erred in equally distributing proceeds of sale of the former marital residence without conducting an evidentiary hearing

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CONAHAN-BALTZELLE v. BALTZELLE

Summary affirmance - Trial court did not err in refusing to award appellant a divorce on ground of adultery, in awarding appellee the family dog and certain personal property or in denying her motion for attorney's fees

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