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Donald Kelly 10/24/2017 No error in Commissions finding that appellee continued to be disabled as a result of his work accident where appellants failed to prove appellees disability was no longer related to his work injury and failed to prove appellee was able to return to work 0467172 Juanita M. Commonwealth of Virginia 10/24/2017 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to suppress his statements to the police where appellant intelligently, knowingly, and voluntarily waived his Miranda rights and appellant was not in custody for purposes of Miranda warnings during first phase of interview 0197172 Stanley Hubbard v.Cyrenne Hubbard 10/17/2017 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to amend spousal support where it determined that the change in circumstances did not warrant a modification of the spousal support award 0201173 Delos Lamont Wells, a/k/a Monty v.Dinwiddie Department of Social Services 10/31/2017 Trial court did not err in terminating appellants parental rights to her children pursuant to Code 16.1-283(B) 0631173 Robert Kirtley, Jr. Joel Cooper & Amguard Insurance Company 10/31/2017 No error in Commissions finding that appellant was an independent contractor, not an employee, and was not entitled to an award of benefits 1089162 Teounta Ernest Lewis v.Commonwealth of Virginia 10/31/2017 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to suppress where officer had reasonable articulable suspicion the stop the vehicle for an equipment violation 1309162 Na Quon Lee Mathis v.Commonwealth of Virginia 10/17/2017 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to exclude DNA evidence and the related certificates of analysis where the Commonwealth met its burden of establishing all vital links in the chain of custody; trial court did not abuse its discretion in refusing appellants proposed voir dire question where other questions covered the same ground as the excluded question 1838162 Tabias Dayon Mc Clain v.Commonwealth of Virginia 10/17/2017 Trial court did not err in finding victims in-court identification of appellant was sufficiently reliable or in finding evidence was sufficient to convict appellant of malicious wounding and use of a firearm in commission of a felony 0127172 Marc Louis 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 09/05/2017 Trial court did not abuse its discretion in sentencing appellant 1978161 Ramon Montrell Williams v.
Renee Matthews 09/05/2017 Judgment of trial court regarding appellants motion to modify child support affirmed except insofar as it pertains to trial courts calculations in child support guidelines which differed from the amount the trial court used in its letter opinion 1246162 John Edward Hardin v.
Commonwealth of Virginia 09/05/2017 No error in trial courts finding that evidence was sufficient to prove that appellant knew or should have known that his actions created a probability of serious injury and that he acted with a reckless or indifferent disregard to the rights of another; conviction of involuntary manslaughter affirmed 1344164 Pablo Jesus Lijeron 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.
Catherine Bell 11/14/2017 Summary affirmance trial court did not err in denying appellants petition to set aside the adoption of her two children 0937161 Lavonta Montreal Bland v. Commonwealth of Virginia 11/14/2017 No error in finding that the evidence was sufficient to prove appellant had both express and implied power to direct or control the actions of the child and thus maintained a custodial or supervisory relationship over the child 1750164 Nathaniel Howard Moone, III v.