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Brothers correctly removed as co-executors of mother’s estate (access required)

The circuit court correctly removed two brothers as co-executors of their mother’s estate and replaced them with a disinterested third party. The “strife and conflict between the brothers[,]” resulting in their inability to agree on even the most trivial matters ...

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Any Fifth Amendment error was harmless (access required)

Any error arising from the police questioning appellant after he asked them to call his wife so that she could contact his lawyer was harmless. Even without an officer’s testimony about appellant’s responses, video evidence established that appellant, who had ...

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Injuries in separate accidents bars permanent disability award (access required)

Where claimant injured his neck and left arm and hand in a work-related accident and later fell down some stairs at home and injured his left knee, the Court of Appeals erred by affirming the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission’s award ...

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