Tag Archives: Judge Glen A. Huff

Tuition payments deemed waste of marital assets (access required)

Divorce Decree FEA

A divorcing father’s unilateral decision to use a marital investment account to pay for his adult son’s master’s program was properly considered waste of the marital assets, the Court of Appeals of Virginia has ruled. A Fairfax County circuit judge ...

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Breath test “unavailable” en route to hospital (access required)

Use of a blood test to determine the defendant’s blood alcohol content without a warrant was justified under Virginia’s implied-consent law when administering a breath test would have delayed the defendant’s medical care. Background Alexandria police officer Reid Hudson pulled ...

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Admissibility of Evidence – Department of Motor Vehicles Transcript (access required)

Parker v. Commonwealth (VLW No. 017-7-236-UP, 10pp.) (Huff, C.J.) Record No. 0303-16-1. On appeal from the Circuit Court of the City of Chesapeake (Smith, J.) Holding: Where the appellant-defendant’s Department of Motor Vehicles transcript was provided to a trooper, and ...

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Sufficient Evidence – Admissibility of Evidence – Child’s Best Interest (access required)

Gay v. Virginia Beach Dep’t of Human Services (VLW No. 017-7-241-UP, 11pp.) (Huff, C.J.) Record No. 0887-17-31 Appeal from the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia Beach (Shockley, J.) Holding: Where the appellant-mother over three years failed to find ...

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Victim’s Distress Supported ‘Aggravated’ Element (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms defendant’s conviction of aggravated sexual battery after he sexually assaulted a woman who had been helped to a bed in a coworker’s home after a social gathering, due to her intoxication; the woman’s testimony demonstrated ...

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