Commonwealth of Virginia 01/09/2018 No error in trial courts finding that evidence, viewed under proper standard, was sufficient to find appellant used or attempted to use a firearm or displayed a firearm in a threatening manner while committing or attempting to commit first-degree murder of the victim 0107171 Justin Dean Hedgpeth v. Potas 12/27/2017 Trial court did not err in modifying custody and visitation of the parties children 1228161 Phillip Robert Brooks v. Potas 12/27/2017 Appellants arguments waived on appeal where he did not appeal the original child support order and agreed to correction of the clerical error in that order and the amended order did not reopen the child support matter 1350172 Commonwealth of Virginia v.

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Virginia Beach Department of Human Services 10/10/2017 Trial court did not err in terminating appellants parental rights to her children 1375163 Shebri Stacy Dillon v.

Commonwealth of Virginia 10/10/2017 Trial court did not err in finding Roanoke County was an appropriate venue for appellants trial of uttering a forged public record which occurred at the Roanoke County courthouse located in the City of Salem 1489163 Robert Alan Novotny v.

Commonwealth of Virginia 11/21/2017 Trial court erred in imposing a period of three years of good behavior for appellants conviction for use of a firearm in the commission of a felony where no suspended term of post-release supervision was imposed and that provision exceeded the punishment authorized by Code 18.2-53.1 0309172 Shelby Mc Curnin, Jr., s/k/a Shelby F. Commonwealth of Virginia 11/21/2017 No reversible error in trial courts decision to admit a portion of a 911 recording in which a childs statement is audible in the background or to admit screenshots of text messages received by the victim 1982162 Levert Alexander Cosby v. Bristol City Department of Social Services 11/14/2017 Trial court erred in finding appellants lacked standing to file petitions for custody, a petition for adoption, and a petition for an injunction 0406174 Reginald Conrad Collard v.

Commonwealth of Virginia 11/21/2017 Trial court erred in granting Commonwealths motion in limine and sustaining the Commonwealths objection to the witness testimony regarding the time appellant appeared at the courtroom on the day of his trial; conviction of felony fail to appear reversed and remanded 0065173 Lisa J. Patricia Ann Collins 11/14/2017 Trial court abused its discretion in awarding spousal support to appellee based on the pendente lite award and no evidence proved appellants income or ability to pay spousal support 0710161 Charles Mc Kinley Washington v.

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The Adobe Acrobat Viewer (free from Adobe) allows you to view and print PDF documents. Royce Munker 01/09/2018 Commissions decision reversed where it did not determine whether appellees post-Katrina relief effort was same work or process of a firefighter paramedic 1270172 Jamie Cooks, Sr. Albemarle County Department of Social Services 01/09/2018 Summary affirmance trial court did not err in terminating appellants parental rights to his child where appellant did not maintain contact with the child or prepare for the childs future and it found termination was in the childs best interest 1390162 Gregory Anthony Taylor v.

Commonwealth of Virginia 10/31/2017 Convictions of two counts of possession of oxycodone with intent to distribute violate Double Jeopardy Clause; matter remanded to trial court to vacate one conviction and sentence 1852162 Thaddeus Anthony Ruane v.

Cynthia Ann Ruane 10/31/2017 Trial court did not err in amending the QCO pursuant to Code 8.01-428(B) where there was an inadvertent omission in the prior QCO that did not specify appellee was awarded the SBP 1893162 Sterling Capers, s/k/a Sterling Bernard Capers v.

Commonwealth of Virginia 11/14/2017 Revocation of appellants suspended sentence affirmed where appellant received his due process rights to notice and a hearing in the circuit court revocation proceeding regarding his termination from the drug treatment court program; argument appellant may have been able to assert to an entitlement to more process in the circuit court barred by Rule 5A:18 0859173 Zorija Castillo v.