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SCV: Bifurcated, same-day conviction was felony predicate (access required)

A bifurcated misdemeanor conviction for domestic violence properly served as a predicate for a felony offense tried later the same day, even though no written order or sentence had yet been rendered for the first adjudication. Background Appellant Antonio Lewis ...

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SCV: “Add-back” exception only for income actually taxed (access required)

Rather than construing an ambiguous tax statute against the Commonwealth, the “add-back” statute intended to close a loophole – wherein a corporate entity pays royalties to an affiliated intangible holding company – required a national retail store to count such ...

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Doctrine of Judicial Estoppel – Affirmative Defense (access required)

Eilber v. Floor Care Specialists Inc. (VLW No. 017-6-097, 6pp.) (Mims, J.) Record No. 161311. Appealed from the Circuit Court of the City of Roanoke. Holding: Where the appellant-debtor filed suit for defamation against the appellees after his employment was ...

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