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Tag Archives: Judge Mary Grace O’Brien

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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Restaurant occupancy certificate properly revoked (access required)

Where the State Building Code Technical Review Board revoked appellant restaurant’s certificate of occupancy for, among other things, making alterations and additions to the premises without permits, the circuit court correctly upheld the revocation. Overview Zaaki operated a restaurant in ...

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Income correctly determined for child support modification (access required)

The trial court correctly ruled that father’s $600,000 inheritance was income for purposes of determining his child support obligation. Further, the court acted within its discretion by dividing the inheritance as income over a five-year period until the youngest child ...

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