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Protective order return of service not testimonial (access required)

Where appellant purchased a firearm while subject to a protective order, the return of service of the order was not testimonial and therefore not subject to the Sixth Amendment’s Confrontation Clause. As a result, appellant cannot challenge his misdemeanor conviction ...

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Three directions: Court splits on confrontation challenge (access required)

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The judges of the Virginia Court of Appeals went in three different directions in analyzing when a document – a signed proof of service – can take the place of live testimony to prove violation of a criminal statute. At ...

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Credible evidence supports commission’s disability award (access required)

Credible evidence supports the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission’s findings that claimant timely notified her employer about the accident, proved that the accident actually occurred, showed that her injury and medical treatment were linked to the accident and that she was ...

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No jurisdictional defect in parental rights case (access required)

The circuit court erred when it determined that it lacked subject matter jurisdiction over a county social services department’s petitions for permanency planning and parental rights termination of appellee’s two children. Background After an investigation, the Culpepper County Department of ...

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