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Tag Archives: Judge K. Mike Fleenor Jr.

Additional evidence unneccessary to extend woman’s protective order (access required)

A circuit court has examined the legislative history of Virginia’s protective order statute and concluded that new or additional evidence is not required for an extension. Floyd County Circuit Court Judge K. Mike Fleenor Jr., found that “requiring Petitioner to ...

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No forfeiture if only one joint owner convicted (access required)

Where the commonwealth seized property allegedly connected with marijuana distribution, the forfeiture action is dismissed. The property is held by a married couple as tenants by the entirety and only one of the tenants was convicted of a marijuana distribution ...

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Condonation evidence warrants dismissal of divorce complaint (access required)

The court grants husband’s motion to dismiss wife’s divorce complaint based on evidence of wife’s condonation and resumption of cohabitation, even though husband cannot “precisely identify and disclose with particularity and detail each and every act of adultery.” Overview “On ...

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No claim against decedent’s prior real estate interest (access required)

Where decedent held property with two others as joint tenants with right of survivorship, decedent interest passed by operation of law to the other joint tenants, and the bank holding decedent’s car loan cannot seek to satisfy the loan from ...

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