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Prior Investigation Supports Probable Cause (access required)

The trial court erred in granting defendant’s motion to suppress incriminating statements in a custodial investigation, the Court of Appeals said; defendant’s warrantless arrest was supported by probable cause under a totality of circumstances analysis that includes the arresting officer’s ...

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Hearsay Admission at Revocation Hearing Was Error (access required)

At a robbery defendant’s probation revocation hearing, the trial court violated defendant’s due process right to confront the witnesses against him when it admitted a detective’s hearsay testimony concerning two other offenses, one which never resulted in charges against the ...

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Summary Affirmances (access required)

The Virginia Court of Appeals has summarily affirmed the following decisions based on the agency’s reasoning: Potter v. ITT Night Vision, No. 0102-11-3, June 7, 2011, upholding the commission’s decision for employer on a claim for complex regional pain syndrome/reflex ...

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