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Tag Archives: Judge Mary Grace O’Brien

No injury related to work accident (access required)

The record supports the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission’s findings that claimant’s injuries were not related to a workplace accident. The commission correctly denied his claim for “temporary total disability benefits and lifetime medical benefits from a work accident that occurred ...

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Sufficient evidence to support firearms violation (access required)

There was sufficient evidence to determine that appellant constructively possessed a shotgun found in his truck. His conviction of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon is affirmed. Firearm possession “Appellant’s assignment of error challenges the sufficiency of the ...

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Sufficient evidence supports abuse and neglect conviction (access required)

Where appellant left his brain-injured adult son with a friend, without necessary seizure medication and no “concrete plan” for his return, this was sufficient evidence to convict appellant of misdemeanor abuse and neglect of an incapacitated adult. Overview A traumatic ...

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