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Trooper’s PTSD from accident scene not compensable (access required)

A state trooper responding to a gruesome traffic accident could not prevail on a claim for purely psychological damages arising from “unfortunately frequent” occurrences in his line of work, the court of appeals held. On August 19, 2015, Virginia State ...

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Police Use of File-Sharing Software Not an Unreasonable Search (access required)

The court of appeals upheld the conviction of Appellant Matthew John Stickle, whose possession of child pornography was discovered through the use of a P2P file-sharing program tailored for law enforcement use. Lt. Scott Little, a district coordinator for the ...

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Motor Vehicles – Suspension of Driving Privileges – Fisherman Exemption (access required)

Grasty v. Commonwealth (VLW No. 017-7-289, 8 pp.) (Humphreys, J.) Appealed from Newport News Circuit Court (Sugg, J.) Va. App. Pub. Holding:  Appellant driver was convicted of a third or subsequent offense of driving on a suspended or revoked license ...

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Modification of Spousal Support – Burden of Proof (access required)

Hubbard v. Hubbard (VLW No. 017-7-248, 6 pp.) (Humphreys, J.) Record No. 0197-17-2. Appealed from the Circuit Court of Chesterfield County (Johnson, J.) Holding: Where the circuit court ruled that the appellant-husband failed to produce any direct evidence of his ...

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Witness Never Identified Defendant (access required)

A three-judge panel of the Court of Appeals, granted a petition for appeal for a defendant charged with robbery, attempted carjacking, and conspiracy to commit carjacking, it found that the trial court erred in denying defendant’s motion to strike all ...

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