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SLADE v. COMMONWEALTH

The totality of the circumstances provided the magistrate with a substantial basis to find the probable cause justified the search.

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Hoffman v. Hoffman

No trial court error in its classification of appellant's investment account as marital property; its classification of the marital residence as wife's separate property; and its distribution of the marital estate.

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Hoffman v. Hoffman (52932)

No trial court error in failing to award appellant spousal support; not reserving for her a right to future spousal support; admitting into evidence the probate file of husband's father; admitting audiotapes of her arguments with husband, and not awarding her attorney's fees.

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McClam v. COMMONWEALTH

Probable cause supported an arrest for trespassing and , under the procedural posture of this case, that the trial court's denial of the motion to suppress did not constitute reversible error.

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COUREMBIS v. COUREMBIS

The trial court's allocation of the assets was supported by the evidence and the law; case remanded to the trial court for an award of attorney's fees to wife.

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Dotson v. Dotson

The trial court properly applied the governing statute on equitable distribution to the farm property. The evidence in the record supports the court's findings on classification, donative intent and division. No error or abuse of discretion in the trial court's award.

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Viney v. COMMONWEALTH

The evidence was sufficient to prove that appellant's movement of his shorts, combined with the eye movement described by the complainants, was enough to deduce that his intent was lascivious.

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Dibich v. Dibich

The trial court's determination of the marital values in the several properties is supported by the evidence before it. No error in the trial court's equitable distribution award.

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Goodman v. COMMONWEALTH

The entry into appellant's property without a warrant under the circumstances of this case was unlawful, and the trial court erred in denying appellant's motion to suppress.

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WILLIAMS v. COMMONWEALTH

A conviction under the statute required proof only that appellant made a willfully false material statement on the registration form and did not require proof that the form apprised him such a statement would constitute election fraud.

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Webb v. Webb

The trial court erred in determining the marital share of husband's retirement account at a date other than the date of the parties' separation.

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Jones v. COMMONWEALTH

The evidence proved the Department sent appellant a letter informing him of the 1996 habitual offender adjudication. Thus the evidence was sufficient to sustain appellant's conviction of feloniously operating a motor vehicle on May 24, 1999 after being declared a habitual offender.

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JONES v. DAVIS

The trial court erred in allowing credit for non-conforming payments in this case where no agreement as to child support existed between the parties and no petition for modification of support was pending during the period for which credits were awarded. Case is reversed and remanded with direction that a judgment be entered against father for arrearages.

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Cooner v. Cooner

The trail court did not err in finding a material change of circumstances that warranted a review of the custody of G.C. and B.C., giving undue influence to the preferences of G.C. and B.C., and finding the evidence sufficient to award custody of N.B and T.B. to husband, who was a non-parent.

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BUDNICK v. BUDNICK

The trial court did not err in adopting the commissioner's report; in its equitable distribution award, including a separate monetary award to wife; in its refusal to impute income to wife; or in its award of attorney's fee to wife.

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Gray v. COMMONWEALTH

The evidence was sufficient for the trial court to find that appellant willfully, wantonly and culpably inflicted serious injury on his son such that he demonstrated a reckless disregard for human life.

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