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Tag Archives: Judge Richard Y. AtLee Jr.

‘Unconscionable’: Last-minute prenup unenforceable

A prenuptial agreement signed the day before a couple’s wedding was unenforceable because the groom failed to disclose $10 million in assets, the Court of Appeals of Virginia has ruled. The groom argued that the lack of disclosure didn’t matter, ...

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Evidence supports wounding and stabbing convictions

Where appellant alleges there is insufficient evidence that he stabbed the victim, surveillance videos, and testimony from the victim and a police officer belie the claim. Video evidence “[T]here was sufficient evidence from which a rational factfinder could have determined ...

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