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Motions to strike jurors for cause correctly denied (access required)

Where appellant was convicted of malicious wounding an individual while attending the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, the trial court correctly denied motions to strike four prospective jurors for bias. The record supports the trial court’s determination that all ...

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Husband’s share of marital home correctly calculated (access required)

Where the parties’ first marital home was purchased, in part, with husband’s separate property, and proceeds from the home’s sale were used to purchase another marital home, in which improvements were made using husband’s separate property, the court correctly calculated ...

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Evidence properly admitted in gang-crime prosecution (access required)

A high school student’s interview in his associate principal’s office that included the associate principal, a police detective and a school resource officer acting as the student’s translator was not a custodial interrogation, so no Miranda warnings were required. His ...

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