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Tag Archives: Judge Mary Bennett Malveaux

Treating doctor’s ‘return to work’ opinion rejected (access required)

Where claimant’s employer required her to see a treating physician, who declared she was fit for work after suffering an employment-related injury, the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission correctly gave greater weight to a treating physician of her own choosing, who ...

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Sufficient evidence supports first-degree murder conviction (access required)

The commonwealth presented sufficient evidence from which the jury could conclude that appellant shot the victim and did so with premeditation. Appellant’s first-degree murder conviction is affirmed. Overview Timothy Croskey, the murder victim, lived with his mother, Tracey Croskey. The ...

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