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A step too far — Court: Dismissing dad’s custody appeal too harsh

A Richmond circuit judge should not have tossed out a father’s appeal of a child custody ruling just because the father shared a confidential psychological report with his new wife, the Court of Appeals of Virginia has ruled. The trial ...

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Appeal improperly dismissed as sanction for order violation

Where a father disclosed a sealed report to the children’s stepmother concerning a court-ordered independent psychological evaluation, the court erred by dismissing his de novo appeal of the J&RD court’s custody award to mother. Dismissal was an “unduly severe sanction” ...

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Traffic accident injuries did not arise from employment

Where the evidence showed that an employee driving to a work assignment faced no greater risk than others on the highway, the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission properly concluded that his injuries and eventual death resulting from a head-on crash did ...

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