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Virginia auction system technical supplement - - journey cheapThe judgment is affirmed. The judgment of the Court of Appeals dismissing the petition as untimely is reversed and the matter is remanded for a decision on the merits of the petition for review. The judgment of the trial court is reversed and the case is remanded for further proceedings. The judgment overturning the result of the grievance procedure is reversed and final judgment is entered for the grievant.
The judgment of the Court of Appeals of Virginia upholding the conviction is affirmed. However, the defendant doctor's own testimony regarding the circumstances that impacted or would have impacted his decision to perform surgery was not expert opinion but, instead, factual testimony, and its admission was not an abuse of discretion. Proof of some form of bodily injury is required to support conviction under this statute. In a criminal case, collateral attack on a prior extension of a period of suspended sentence is not permissible. Consequently, those rulings cannot be challenged in this appeal from judgment in the second action.
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No reason is found to commute or set aside the sentences of death. For these reasons, the judgment of the circuit court dismissing the city's complaint in this case is affirmed. The circuit court did not abuse its discretion, and the judgment of the Court of Appeals is affirmed. In addition, that portion of the Court of Appeals' judgment upholding his convictions for attempted first degree murder and use of a firearm during the commission of an attempted felony is affirmed. Even assuming that the performance of trial counsel in petitioner's initial trial was deficient, petitioner has offered no evidence to prove that this particular plea offer was within the boundaries of acceptable plea agreements and sentences in the jurisdiction, or that the presiding judge in the original trial had ever accepted similar plea agreements and sentences in other cases involving similar facts and charges. Considering the record, it cannot be said that the Commission erred in concluding that the proposed route across the James River reasonably minimizes the adverse impacts of the transmission line on the scenic assets, historic districts and environment of the affected area. The present employee has no standing argue the due process rights of teachers, and any due process rights she may have had as a non-teaching employee were fulfilled by the grievance process. The Rule categorically and unambiguously forbids an attorney from initiating such communications and requires an attorney to disengage from such communications when they are initiated by others.
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Discovery rulings made by the circuit court in an action that was subsequently nonsuited cannot be reviewed on this appeal. In two actions seeking recovery for reduction in property values because of a public utility's construction of high-voltage electric lines for public use, the complaints did not, and could not, state a cause of action for declaratory relief for inverse condemnation where the sole damage alleged was a diminution in value owing to a proximity to property taken for a public use by eminent domain. Because that order did not contain definite terms as to the total amount to be paid, and when such payment was due, the respondent could not be held in contempt for failing comply with the order. The circuit court did not err in sustaining a demurrer to the second amended complaint filed by a trust seeking damages relating to a settlement agreement entered with the defendants in a previous litigation between the parties. No election official in the Commonwealth may enforce them. In an action for common law trespass alleging that defendants did not develop their land in a reasonable manner and that, as a result, storm water was directed onto the plaintiffs' property, amounting to a trespass causing damage, the complaint alleged sufficient facts to state a cause of action based upon a violation of the modified common law rule applicable to surface water in Virginia, and the trial court erred in sustaining the defendant's demurrer. Although the Court of Appeals did not address the merits of the motion to withdraw the guilty plea, the trial court did not abuse its discretion when it denied the motion on the alternative basis that the defendant had failed to prove manifest injustice, a ruling that was fully supported by evidence in the record. While, upon request, the Commonwealth is required to provide indigent defendants with the basic tools of an adequate defense, the constitutional right to the appointment of an expert, at the Commonwealth's expense, is not absolute and an indigent defendant who seeks such an appointment must demonstrate that the assistance of an expert is likely to be a significant factor in the defense, and that the defendant will be prejudiced by the lack of such assistance.