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Tag Archives: Virginia Court of Appeals

Order to change military pension election was error (access required)

Where the parties agreed that appellant could not reduce appellee’s share of his military pension by electing to receive disability pay instead of retired pay, appellant’s later election to receive disability pay and Combat-Related Special Compensation, which reduced appellee’s share, ...

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No retroactive support under temporary agreement terms (access required)

Where the parties’ temporary agreement provided wife with lump sum and monthly payments, the trial court correctly refused to order husband to pay arrearages accrued under the agreement because wife waived her right to retroactive support in a consent order. ...

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Appellant knowingly possessed methamphetamine (access required)

There is sufficient evidence that appellant knowingly possessed methamphetamine where it was “plainly visible” and appellant was in close proximity. Constructive possession “[I]t is well-established that a defendant’s immediate proximity to contraband that is plainly visible is sufficient to support ...

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