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Va. Cir.: Wife didn’t misrepresent intent to stay married (access required)

A wife was entitled to enforce a marital agreement’s division of assets in the event of divorce. The evidence did not support her husband’s claim that she fraudulently induced him to sign the agreement by misrepresenting her intention to continue ...

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Man in bucket truck hurt in wreck with tractor-trailer – $400,000 Settlement (access required)

Plaintiff, a Hampton Roads city employee, was operating a large bucket truck maintaining road signs in a sequence with two other city large vehicles. Large signal arrows and flashers visually lit up when he was struck from behind. Defendant, a ...

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Woman hurt in fall sued on-call doctor – Defense Verdict (access required)

This lawsuit was brought by a patient who presented to the emergency department at Sentara Obici on April 28, 2013, after tripping and falling face first on brick stairs, without anything to brace her fall. A CT Scan was ordered ...

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Va. Cir.: Marijuana odor not supported by body cam footage (access required)

Officers’ recollection that a strong marijuana odor emanated from a vehicle wasn’t consistent with video of their search: The car doors were closed, the marijuana discovered was raw and enclosed, and the officers never mentioned the odor before the search. ...

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Va. Cir.: Neighboring business was not entity’s registered agent (access required)

This court granted judgment by default against all three Defendants for $85,851, attorney’s fees, and costs. After the Plaintiffs attempted to execute the judgment several times, the Defendants moved to set aside the default judgment on four grounds. The court ...

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Doctor’s reconstruction surgery didn’t cause later complications – Defense Verdict (access required)

At age 3, plaintiff had a facial tumor removed from the right side of his face. As a result, the growth centers of his face were altered resulting in the right side being smaller. He had numerous surgeries over the ...

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Va. Cir.: Firearms charges were distinct, not double jeopardy (access required)

The defendant’s conviction for possession of a weapon by a violent felon did not violate his rights under the Double Jeopardy Clause, notwithstanding his previous acquittal by jury of the separate offenses of use of a firearm in the commission ...

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Va. Cir.: Court reconsiders $1.8M liability holding (access required)

Deciding that its prior contract interpretation had relied on a definition provided by an inapplicable article of the agreement, the court reconsidered its ruling granting partial summary judgment as to the plaintiff’s substantial breach-of-contract claim. Background In December 2007, Meritage ...

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Va. Cir.: Marital agreement not procured by fraud (access required)

Because a wife executed a property settlement agreement with her husband after deliberate negotiations, with assistance from a mediator and a Navy JAG officer, and without relying on any misrepresentations, her waiver of any share in her husband’s pension was ...

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Va. Cir.: TPR in foster child’s best interest (access required)

A father who had little involvement in his child’s life either before or during his incarceration had not taken any steps necessary to maintain residual parental rights to his 12-year-old son. His decision to remain in solitary confinement while incarcerated ...

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