Commonwealth of Virginia 04/25/2017 Evidence was sufficient for jury to find appellant acted with criminal negligence when she fired a gun in reckless disregard of the safety of others in the occupied hotel; trial court did not err in refusing appellants proffered jury instruction where it was not an accurate statement of the law 1620164 Paula Smith-Adams v. 02/28/2017 No error in Commissions finding that while the statutory presumption applied, appellees evidence was sufficient to rebut the presumption and found that childs brain injury occurred because of his extreme prematurity and immature lungs, not because of oxygen deprivation suffered during labor and delivery 1182161 Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding, Inc., n/k/a, etc. Commonwealth of Virginia 02/07/2017 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to apply the affirmative defense afforded by Code 18.2-251.03 where the intent of that statute does not provide an affirmative defense to prosecution to an individual who passively receives emergency medical attention and provides an affirmative defense only to the individual making the emergency report 0053162 Manneh Vay v.Fairfax County School Board 04/25/2017 Commission did not err in enforcing a termination agreement and denying appellants request for benefits and penalties pursuant to a June 2005 award 0714163 Najee Finique Hairston v. Commonwealth of Virginia 01/31/2017 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to strike the evidence of abduction with intent to defile, in refusing to give a proposed jury instruction on the law of incidental detention, in not conducting voir dire on whether voluntarily waived his right to testify, in refusing to strike a juror for cause, or in its response to two jury questions 0982164 Arthur G. Eileen Mc Nicholas 01/31/2017 Trial court did not err in holding appellant in contempt of court for his willful failure to comply with an order of the court and terms of the parties PSA as incorporated into the final decree where the monetary awards set forth in the parties PSA and incorporated into final decree were enforceable through trial courts contempt power 1874152 Abdul Lateef Salahuddin v.Commonwealth of Virginia 04/11/2017 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to suppress where probable cause to arrest appellant did not grow stale and his seizure did not violate the Fourth Amendment 1460153 Raymond Louis Harvey, Jr. Commonwealth of Virginia 04/11/2017 Petition for rehearing en banc granted 1017163 Crystal Ann Coomer v. Commonwealth of Virginia 01/31/2017 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to suppress where officers entry into hotel room was reasonable under the Fourth Amendment, in finding evidence sufficient to prove obstruction of justice; any error by admitting challenged testimony regarding weight of the heroin harmless 0795152 Thomas James Synan, II v.Commonwealth of Virginia 04/04/2017 Trial court erred in finding evidence sufficient to convict appellant of felony child endangerment where there was no evidence of a substantial risk or probability of serious injury or death to the child arising from the accident and appellants actions do not rise to the level required for a felony conviction 0294163 Anthony Wade Ragland v. 03/21/2017 Trial court erred in ruling that appellant should have granted the appellees motion for a continuance; matter remanded to trial court to reinstate judgment revoking appellees license to practice medicine 0543163 Amanda Barbara Nichole Taylor v. 03/14/2017 Trial court erred in concluding decision of appellant prohibiting appellee from testifying as an expert witness at her hearing was a due process violation; lack of specific proffer as to what her expected testimony would have been does not allow Court to say that appellee suffered prejudice from the erroneous ruling 0051162 Gregory A. Commonwealth of Virginia 03/07/2017 Appellants conviction of indecent exposure third offense in ten years reversed and remanded to trial court where trial courts conviction orders do not reflect that appellant consented to a waiver of his right to trial by jury or to a bench trial as required by the Constitution 0047164 Carroll Edward Gregg, Jr. Commonwealth of Virginia 02/28/2017 Trial court erred in imposing consecutive sentences for convictions of common law involuntary manslaughter and involuntary manslaughter in violation of Code 18.2-154 as it violated the double jeopardy violation against multiple punishments for the same offense 0877161 Jeff Charles Hammer, M. Commonwealth of Virginia 01/24/2017 Trial court did not err in admitting statements under the excited utterance exception to the hearsay rule or in finding evidence to sufficient to convict appellant of malicious wounding, two counts of assault and battery, and driving under the influence 1640153 Michael Scott Coffman v.Is there an event in your town that you think we should know about? I’m also very excited to share that we have launched a new Age-Friendly Maine Facebook page.
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