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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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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THE UNINSURED EMPLOYER'S FUND v. PETERS

Commission erred in invoking doctrine of imposition to uphold appellant's unilateral suspension of benefits in violation of Rule 1.4(C); matter remanded to commission for further proceedings

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MERRITT v. GRAY

No error in trial court's finding that appellants failed to prove a material change in circumstances sufficient to warrant modification of 1995 consent order allowing grandmother specified visitation

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PERKINS v. COMMONWEALTH

Evidence proved beyond a reasonable doubt that appellant was guilty of attempted statutory burglary

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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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TOWNSEND v. COMMONWEALTH

No reversible error in trial court's refusal to strike a prospective juror for cause and in admitting evidence of prior bad acts committed by appellant three and four years earlier

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WHITE v. WHITE

Summary affirmance - Issues of whether there was error in clerk's refusal to file a late pleading and trial court's refusal to admit certain evidence during hearing on motion to reconsider barred by Rule 5A:18; trial court did not err in denying motion to reconsider

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NICE v. DON PABLOS MEXICAN KITCHEN, et al.

No error in commission's findings that appellant's fibromyalgia was not causally related to work incident, that injuries from incident did not aggravate pre-existing back condition and that evidence did not prove claimant suffered a brain injury as direct result of work incident

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ASHLEY v. CW

No error in trial court's denial of motion to suppress as the police officer had reasonable suspicion that appellant was evading roadblock

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MIHNOVETS v. MIHNOVETS

No error in trial court decisions pertaining to finding of spousal support arrearages due to appellee, finding appellant in contempt or award of attorney's fees to appellee

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HILLIARD v. COMMONWEALTH

Upon rehearing en banc, convictions reversed and remanded to trial court for further proceedings as denial of motion to suppress as it relates to certain statements was error

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CATLETT v. CATLETT

No abuse of trial court discretion in those parts of final divorce decree appealed from in this case

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HOLLIS v. BURNELL

No error in trial court's finding of contempt of court for appellant's failure to abide by court's final decree regarding payment of military retirement benefits to appellee

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WATERS v. COMMONWEALTH

Conviction of malicious wounding by mob affirmed as doctrine of res judicata did not prohibit conviction; no error in trial court's findings regarding competency evaluation of co-conspirator and in allowing another co-conspirator to invoke right against self-incrimination

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COOPER v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not abuse its discretion in allowing spectators to wear badges displaying photographs of victims in the courtroom

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VACCHIANO v. SPEIER

No error in trial court's rulings on equitable distribution, temporary spousal support or duration of permanent spousal support; trial court did err in denying appellee's request for a reservation of right to seek future spousal support

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PAPPAS v. PAPPAS

No error in trial court's modification of spousal support award by considering parties' property settlement agreement and negotiations in that agreement, in imputing income to appellant, in making modified spousal support award retroactive or in concluding it was barred from modifying duration of spousal support award

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KYER v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court's refusal to suppress evidence obtained as a result of warrantless entry into home pursuant to community caretaker exception to warrant requirement

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CUTRIGHT v. COMMONWEALTH

No error in trial court's refusal to dismiss DUI charge because the Commonwealth only gave appellant one laboratory to choose from to perform an independent blood analysis

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MORRILL v. MORRILL

Trial court erred in reopening record to consider issue heard by commissioner in chancery; equitable distribution award vacated and matter remanded to trial court for reconsideration

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HAWES v. COMMONWEALTH

Trial court did not err in admitting a National Criminal Information Center report of appellant's convictions under public records exception to hearsay rule to prove petit larceny, third or subsequent offense

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JAFARACE v. JAFARACE

Summary affirmance - No error in entry of QDRO which was consistent with the property settlement agreement incorporated into final decree

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ZIOLKOWSKI v. ZIOLKOWSKI

Summary affirmance - No error in trial court's finding that appellee rebutted marital presumption and traced proceeds back to her separate property in classifying jointly titled property

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CARR v. JAMES CITY COUNTY DIVISION OF SOCIAL SERVICE

Trial court had sufficient evidence before it to conclude that appellant was unwilling or unable within a reasonable to remedy his problems with mental health, substance abuse and domestic violence and properly terminated his parental rights to his children

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DAVIS v. DAVIS

No error in trial court's decision determining the amount of child support in accordance with the statutory guidelines and in awarding atty's fees to appellee for appellant's breach of agreement

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TATE v. UNITED PARCEL SERVICE, et al.

No error in commission's decision refusing to correct its prior opinion and in failing to combine average weekly wages from appellant's two jobs

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MOSES v. COMMONWEALTH

Convictions of indecent exposure reversed where evidence did not prove an obscene display or obscene exposure

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