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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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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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Massa v. Massa

The trial court did not err in its award of spousal support to wife;denying husband's request to impute income to wife; and denying attorney's fees to either party.

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Booker v. COMMONWEALTH

Upon rehearing en banc, the trial court did not err in refusing to allow defense counsel to question a witness about pending charges.

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Perry v. Perry

Summarily affirm: The evidence is sufficient to support the trial court's decision awarding husband a divorce on the ground of a one-year separation.

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Jordan v. Jordan

The trial court considered wife's current needs and husband's current ability to pay prior to modifying the amount of spousal support, no error or abuse of discretion in the trial court's award.

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Harris v. Harris

The evidence was sufficient to retrace the husband's separate property,and, therefore, the trial judge's decision is reversed.

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Payne v. COMMONWEALTH

The first two issues are procedually barred. The third issue, the trial court did not abuse its discretion in admitting the contested testimony.

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Branch v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court's determination of guilt, appellant was convicted of a felony and thereafter, knowingly and intentionally purchased, and consequently possessed, the firearm.

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Abshire v. COMMONWEALTH

Evidence was sufficient to prove appellant's conduct was deliberate, willful, and so gross and wanton as to show a reckless disregard for human life.

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Reeves v. COMMONWEALTH

Appellant failed to prove an irregularity in the impaneling of the jury panel, the trial court did not err in denying his motion for a new trial.

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Holohan v. Holohan

The trial court did not err in the amount of its award of spousal support to wife, in determining the child support award, and in its denial of attorney's fees to wife

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Ash v. Ash

Appellant failed to meet her burden to overcome the presumption that the severance package was entirely husband's separate property

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McDonald v. Minton

Summarily affirmance: No error in the award of attorney's fees to appellee;case remanded to determine proper amount of the award

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Benthall v. Benthall

The trial court abused its discretion in reducing the spousal support award;reverse trial court decision and dismiss appellee's petition to modify spousal support

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Feldman v. Feldman

As spousal support must be determined before child support obligation is determined, judgment of trial court is reversed and appellee's petition to modify spousal support is dismissed.

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Floyd County School Board, et al v. Woolwine

Summary affirmance: No error in commission's decision finding appellee's condition and treatment are related to injury by accident, naming his authorized treating physicians and making any referrals by those physicians employer's responsiblity.

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McNeese v. Taylor

Summarily affirm the decision of the trial court;remand the case for a determination of husband's attorney's fees and costs incident to this appeal.

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