Commonwealth of Virginia 04/03/2018 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to suppress statements made to the police where the Miranda warnings given to appellant effectively informed him of his constitutional rights; any error by trial court resulting from admission of jail records derived from appellants mental health disclosures harmless 0269171 Tamara Felicia Brown v.
Commonwealth of Virginia 03/27/2018 Trial court did not abuse its discretion in denying appellants post-sentencing motion to withdraw her guilty pleas where appellant did not meet her burden of establishing manifest injustice resulted from her guilty pleas 0347173 Ronnie Lee Stone v.
Lilian Mutiso 02/20/2018 Trial court did not abuse its discretion in refusing to accept into evidence the childs therapists recommendation regarding child custody and in finding appellant willfully violated the May 25, 2014 custody and visitation order; contempt finding affirmed 1369174 Howard Wells v.
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New Kent Department of Social Services 03/20/2018 Summary affirmance trial court did not err in terminating appellants parental rights to her children pursuant to Code 16.1-283(C)(2) 0885172 Calvin Cardale Townes v. Gaspa 03/13/2018 Trial court did not abuse its discretion in admitting exhibit and using it to value appellants retirement accounts and awarding appellee a portion of those accounts where the answers by appellant to counsels questions supported conclusion that the exhibit constituted an adoptive admission 1043174 Scott R. Dickenson County Department of Social Services 03/13/2018 Trial court did not err by admitting a video of appellants arrest into evidence and the remaining arguments in the termination of parental rights case were procedurally defaulted under Rule 5A:18 0086173 Daniel Ray Essenmacher v.
Commonwealth of Virginia 02/20/2018 Trial court did not err in denying appellants motion to suppress where once appellants actions gave officers probable cause to believe appellant had obstructed justice or assaulted a police officer, they could lawfully arrest him and lawfully conduct a search incident to that arrest 1158174 Michael Timmons v.
Virginia Beach Department of Human Services 02/13/2018 Summary affirmance trial court did not err in terminating appellants parental rights to her children 1381172 William G. Commonwealth of Virginia 02/06/2018 Trial court did not err by admitting and considering the challenged statement where the statement did not constitute inadmissible hearsay 0966173 Bettina Dorr v.
Lynchburg Department of Social Services 02/06/2018 No error in trial courts finding that it was in childs best interest to terminate appellants parental rights to her child 1131164 Timothy Irvin Mears v. Franks 02/06/2018 Summary affirmance no error in trial courts order denying appellants motion to transfer venue and finalizing a prior order finding appellant in contempt of court 1310174 Mariah Smith v.
Commonwealth of Virginia 02/13/2018 No error in trial courts decisions finding evidence sufficient to support appellants convictions and in refusing appellants proffered jury instructions; trial court erred in not requiring the Commonwealth to elect which firearm offense it would prosecute 0951173 Tasheika Deshae Davis v. Virginia Board of Medicine 02/13/2018 Trial court did not err in affirming appellees decision removing the stay of suspension of appellants medical license where appellant failed to abide by the conditions required by an order of appellee 0217172 Montrio Santos Neville v.
Lynchburg Department of Social Services 02/13/2018 No error in trial courts finding that evidence was sufficient to support termination of appellants parental rights to her child 1321171 Sheri Reddick v. Commonwealth of Virginia 02/06/2018 Trial court did not err in revoking appellants suspended sentences after jury convicted him of distribution of heroin 0400174 Jose De Leon Garcia v.