Tag Archives: Judge James W. Haley Jr.

Motion for reunification therapist correctly denied (access required)

Where the court entered a final order regarding custody, visitation and support after finding that father “continued ‘to scuttle the process,’” of the court’s efforts to repair father’s relationship with the parties’ children, the court correctly denied father’s motion filed ...

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Insufficient evidence to sustain extortion conviction (access required)

Appellant’s extortion conviction is reversed because there was no evidence of a threat before the victim gave her money. The commonwealth concedes there was insufficient evidence to support the jury’s guilty verdict. Overview The victim responded to appellant’s ad on ...

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Court does not second-guess credibility determination (access required)

An employer who argued the employee’s testimony was inherently incredible lost on appeal because the court does not second-guess credibility determinations made by the commission. Background On May 12, 2017, claimant was employed as an “outside plant tech” for employer. ...

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