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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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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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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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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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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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Hicks v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in the trial court's pretrial amendment of the indictment or its final judgment finding appellant guilty of statutory burglary.

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McKenney v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant's motions were filed more than twenty-one days after the entry of the final sentencing order entered on December 18, 2001, the trial court did not err in dismissing for lack of jurisdiction appeallant's motion to modify his sentence and to reconsider the denial of his motion to withdraw his guilty plea.

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Hicks v. COMMONWEALTH

Sufficient evidence supports appellant's conviction of possession with intent to distribute cocaine. The trial court did not err in convicting appelant for this offense.

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Wyche v. COMMONWEALTH

The trial court did not err in finding that the victim's death was caused by appellant's unlawful and criminally negligent conduct.

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Branch v. COMMONWEALTH

Evidence sufficient to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that appellant maliciously and intentionally struck the victim in the face without provacation with the intent to inflict serious injury.

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WILLIAMS v. COMMONWEATH

Evidence was sufficient to prove appellant possessed cocaine with the intent to distribute it. Police properly impounded the vehicle appellant was driving because he could neither produce proof of ownership nor a valid driver's license.

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