Commonwealth of Virginia 07/16/2019 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to suppress where the officer had reasonable suspicion to stop the vehicle driven by appellant after seeing a child standing up in the back seat of the vehicle 1001184 Devonty Tyrone Hall v.Commonwealth of Virginia 07/16/2019 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to suppress his statements where appellant was not in custody for Miranda purposes; any error by trial court in limiting appellants cross examination of victim harmless 0508181 Robert King Via, Jr. Commonwealth of Virginia 07/09/2019 Appellants argument that the trial court erred in precluding him from calling two defense witnesses at trial barred by Rule 5A:18 0723183 Douglas Dashawn Wimbush v.Spotsylvania County Department of Social Services 07/23/2019 Summary affirmance trial court did not err in approving the foster care goal of adoption for appellants child 0085192 Robert Allen Whitmer v.
Commonwealth of Virginia 07/02/2019 Appellants argument regarding admissibility of preliminary hearing transcript did not meet the requirements of Rule 5A:12(c)(1)(ii); argument regarding sufficiency of the evidence waived for failure to comply with Rule 5A:20(e) 1347183 Jessica Crystal Buck v.
Commonwealth of Virginia 07/02/2019 Trial court did not err in finding that venue had been properly established 1782184 Clare Morton Lehman, n/k/a Clare Morton v. 07/02/2019 Trial court erred in not awarding appellant the entire amount of attorneys fees and costs she requested in litigation concerning enforcement of marital settlement and custody agreements 1950184 Michael Paul Jones v. Jones 07/02/2019 No error in trial courts interpretation of parties property settlement agreement to provide that appellee was to receive one-half of the monthly disability-retirement benefits received by appellant 1961183 Norma Jean Barker v.
Commonwealth of Virginia 06/18/2019 Trial court did not abuse its discretion in refusing to strike two jurors for cause or in refusing to allow appellants experts testimony at the guilt phase of the trial 0057191 Kenny L. United Parcel Service and Liberty Insurance Corporation 06/11/2019 Summary affirmance no error in Commissions finding that appellants shoulder injury sustained during physical therapy was not a compensable consequence of his work-related accident 0899181 Canton Thomas John Johnson v.
Commonwealth of Virginia 06/11/2019 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to suppress or in finding that evidence was sufficient to prove appellant intended to distribute the drugs he possessed 1437183 Frances Lynch v. of Medical Assistance Services 06/11/2019 No error in trial courts finding that appellant had not perfected her appeal because neither she nor her attorney signed any pleadings submitted to the circuit court 2020182 Raymond Leroy Weller v.
Tracie Ondich De Luca 06/25/2019 As the court lacked subject matter jurisdiction to consider this appeal, its May 19, 2015 decision is void ab initio; the opinion is withdrawn, mandate vacated, and appeal dismissed 1625184 Nadia Gihar Bahta v.
Mohammed Seid Mohammed 06/25/2019 Trial court erred in determining that Code 16.1-278.19 precludes an award of attorneys fees when a party is represented by a non-profit legal organization that does not charge for its services 1655181 Evan Sonberg v.
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Spotsylvania County Department of Social Services 07/23/2019 Summary affirmance trial court did not err in approving the foster care goal of adoption for appellants child 0986184 Joanna Denise Benjamin Gibson v. Horzempa 07/23/2019 No error in trial courts interpretation of North Carolina law to reform the language of a provision of the partiesseparation agreement to reflect the intent of the parties 1873182 Kirke F. Commonwealth of Virginia 07/16/2019 No error in trial courts finding that evidence was sufficient to support statutory burglary conviction; trial court erred in finding evidence established that the value of the stolen goods had a value of 0 or more 0692181 Troy James Hypolite v.