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Commonwealth of Virginia 10/17/2017 No error in finding that object in question was a firearm as defined by law 0052173 Emily Lynn Aponte v.
Commonwealth of Virginia 10/10/2017 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to suppress the certificate of analysis containing her blood test results or in refusing to allow appellant to introduce data evidence at trial; argument that trial court erred in refusing to strike the evidence waived 1948164 John Beverly Chapman, Jr. Commonwealth of Virginia 09/26/2017 No error in trial courts interpretation of Code 46.2-868(B) to find that the failure of the victim in this case to wear a seat belt was not the proximate cause of his death, leaving appellants reckless driving as the sole and proximate cause of the accident and resulting death 1322163 Ashley Jennifer White v.
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The Adobe Acrobat Viewer (free from Adobe) allows you to view and print PDF documents. Commonwealth of Virginia 12/19/2017 No error in appellants conviction of shooting at an occupied vehicle where Code 18.2-154 encompasses a persons act of shooting at an occupied vehicle without regard for the shooters location and the evidence proved appellant shot at the vehicle while he was inside the vehicle 0902162 Michael Anthony Edwards v.
Commonwealth of Virginia 08/08/2017 Trial court erred in denying appellants motion to dismiss on speedy trial grounds on felony charge where nothing in record shows appellant agreed or concurred in delay of trial or instigated a proceeding which of necessity brought about delay of trial; misdemeanor conviction affirmed where failure to comply with Rule 5A:20(e) is significant 0507162 George Ellis Brown, Jr. Commonwealth of Virginia 08/01/2017 Appellants conviction of involuntary manslaughter affirmed where trial court applied a proper standard for criminal negligence to the facts of this case and the evidence was sufficient to prove appellants actions were criminally negligent 1998152 Latron Dupree Brown v.
Commonwealth of Virginia 08/01/2017 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to suppress where the protective sweep of appellants apartment did not taint issuance of search warrant; issue regarding appointment of fifth attorney not addressed where appellants conditional guilty plea did not reserve right to challenge that ruling on appeal 0153172 Riverside Regional Jail Authority & VML Insurance Programs v.
Commonwealth of Virginia 06/20/2017 Trial court did not err in finding evidence was sufficient to prove appellant was the shooter and that he shot at the victim with malice; trial court erred in preventing appellant from proffering the testimony of additional sentencing witnesses 1073164 Edy Canales v.
Marvin Alejandro Torres Orellana 06/20/2017 Trial court did not err in finding it lacked jurisdiction to make separate Special Immigrant Juvenile findings of fact or in crossing out the specific Special Immigrant Juvenile findings in the custody order 1336163 Timothy Kenneth Bartley v.
Commonwealth of Virginia 05/30/2017 Trial court did not err in admitting two prior driving under the influence convictions from Florida to enhance appellants driving under the influence and refusal to submit to a breathalyzer charges where the Florida statutes are substantially similar to the Virginia statutes 1388164 Drew Tidwell v.Morrissa Dugger 07/25/2017 No error in Commissions award of medical benefits where appellee suffered a compensable injury by accident arising out of and in the course of her employment 2012163 Janine Helen Adelman Browning v.Larry Grant Browning 07/25/2017 Judgment of trial court affirmed where a trial transcript that was not timely filed is indispensable to resolution of the assignments of error raised on appeal 1553163 Bryan Dunnington Cocke v.Commonwealth of Virginia 06/20/2017 Court finds appellants sole assignment of error waived under Rule 5A:20(e) 0617162 Justo Mazariegos Campos v.Commonwealth of Virginia 06/13/2017 Trial court did not abuse its discretion in admitting testimonial statements made by victim to medical provider, except the statement regarding threat to the victim, where the statements were admissible under the medical treatment exception to Rule of Evidence 3(4); appellant had opportunity to cross-examine victim satisfying his Sixth Amendment challenge 1546162 Judy Kay Reaves v.
Virginia State Police 11/14/2017 Commission did not err in denying benefits for appellants PTSD where appellants traumatic experience was not such a sudden or unexpected shock or fright for a state trooper who received fatal accident and crash scene reconstruction training and had a decade of professional experience in doing so 0458173 Commonwealth of Virginia v.