Tag Archives: Judge H. Thomas Padrick Jr.

Hit-and-run victim limited in ability to put facts before jury – $75,000 Verdict (access required)

This was a normal rear-end collision if it wasn’t for the fact that the defendant was in­toxicated and fled the scene. Unfortunately, those latter two facts never were in front of the jury due to the current state of Vir­ginia ...

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Real property theft: Imposter sold man’s beach lots, stole proceeds (access required)

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Guy Gugliotta was “absolutely amazed and extremely upset” when he was told he no longer owned the two Sandbridge lots he wanted to sell last year. A real estate agent said Gugliotta himself had sold the properties the year before. ...

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Judges face scrutiny before courts committees (access required)

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A Bedford judge came to make amends for a temper outburst and found himself – alongside his local commonwealth’s attorney – defending his court’s sentencing practices. A Virginia Beach judge complained he was unfairly forced to defend accusations about a ...

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Relief for Oppressed Minority Shareholders (access required)

In this litigation involving a 67-year-old closely held mining business that the Buckingham County Circuit Court ordered to be broken up and parceled out after a finding of the company’s oppression of minority shareholders, the court makes further orders to ...

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Dismissed party can’t be pulled back in appeal (access required)

A defendant dismissed from a general district court action can’t be pulled back into circuit court when a losing codefendant appeals, a Virginia Beach circuit judge has ruled. The new case creates a split in circuit court authority on the ...

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