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Evidence supports conviction for felony drug charges

Sufficient evidence supports appellant’s convictions for three felony drug possession charges and a misdemeanor charge of contributing to the delinquency of a child. Further, any error in admitting evidence that appellant was a sex offender was harmless. Constructive possession “To ...

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Sufficient evidence supports firearm convictions

There was sufficient evidence to support appellant’s convictions for multiple firearm offenses. Introduction “Turner appeals five criminal convictions: felony possession of a firearm after conviction of a non-violent felony, … misdemeanor reckless handling of a firearm, … misdemeanor discharging a ...

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Employer’s lien applies to non-compensable damages

The Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission correctly denied an injured employee’s request to exclude non-compensable damages from the amount of a third-party recovery subject to the employer’s right of subrogation. Statement of the case “Corey Stowers (‘Stowers’) appeals the decision of ...

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