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Tag Archives: Fairfax County Circuit Court

60-year-old pedestrian struck by SUV while crossing street in Fairfax — $310,825 settlement (access required)

On Dec. 2, 2019, the decedent, Abraham Feldman, a 60-year-old male, was crossing a street near the intersection of Old Courthouse Road and Gallows Road in Fairfax County. Feldman was crossing the street within the crosswalk when he was struck ...

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Arborist not liable for injuries caused by tree (access required)

Where a family was injured when a tree fell into their yard from a conservation easement maintained by a homeowners’ association, an arborist the association hired almost a year earlier to inspect and identify potentially harmful trees owed no duty ...

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Court will give jury instruction to cure ‘Brady’ violation (access required)

Where defendant moved to quash a murder indictment because of the commonwealth’s untimely disclosure of exculpatory evidence, the court will deny the motion but will give the jury an adverse inference instruction regarding the evidence. Overview Defendant Gonzalez was indicted ...

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Bond for DWI suspect was unconstitutional (access required)

The general district court’s imposition of a $2,500 cash or surety bond as a condition of defendant’s release after being arrested for driving while intoxicated was an unconstitutional application of Virginia’s statutory bail bond scheme. As a matter of discretion, ...

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Owners enjoined from parking truck on property (access required)

After receiving notice to remove a truck from their property, defendant provided insufficient evidence that he successfully converted the truck from an impermissible commercial vehicle into a permissible recreational vehicle. As a result, an injunction will issue compelling defendant to ...

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Divorce decree unaffected by California divorce order (access required)

A divorce decree entered by this court is unaffected by a California court’s divorce order that ended the marriage of plaintiff and his first spouse, even though the California order was entered after plaintiff married defendant but made nunc pro ...

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