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April 2020 Fernandez, etc. v. Commissioner of Highways

Oral Arguments of the Supreme Court of Virginia

Release Date: 06/02/2020

September 2020 SGT Kangs Group v. Board of County Supervisors show art September 2020 SGT Kangs Group v. Board of County Supervisors

Oral Arguments of the Supreme Court of Virginia

This podcast is provided by Ben Glass and Steve Emmert -   Granted Appeal Summary Case SGT KANG’S GROUP, LLC v. BOARD OF COUNTY SUPERVISORS OF PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA (Record Number 191423) From The Circuit Court of Prince William County; K. Irving, Judge. Counsel Chapman Petersen, David L. Amos (Chap Petersen & Associates, P.L.C.), Henry E. Howell, III, and Benjamin L. Perdue (The Eminent Domain Litigation Group, P.L.C.) for appellant. Michelle R. Robl, Alan F. Smith, and Nathan C. Welch (Prince William County Attorney’s Office) for appellee. Assignments of Error The...

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September 2020 Groffel v. Commonwealth show art September 2020 Groffel v. Commonwealth

Oral Arguments of the Supreme Court of Virginia

This podcast is provided by Ben Glass and Steve Emmert -   Granted Appeal Summary Case HOWARD ALLEN GROFFEL v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA (Record Number 191360) From The Court of Appeals of Virginia. Counsel Ivan D. Fehrenbach (D.R. Dansby, Ltd.) for appellee. Mark R. Herring, Virginia B. Theisen (Office of the Attorney General) for appellant. Assignment of Error The Court of Appeals erred when it failed to overturn four of Groffel’s five convictions for violating 18.2-308.1:4 for one act while subject to five protective orders. Such convictions violated Groffel’s Fifth Amendment...

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Oral Arguments of the Supreme Court of Virginia

This podcast is provided by Ben Glass and Steve Emmert -   Granted Appeal Summary Case COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA v. HOWARD ALLEN GROFFEL (Record Number 191233) From The Court of Appeals of Virginia. Counsel Mark R. Herring, Virginia B. Theisen (Office of the Attorney General) for appellant. Ivan D. Fehrenbach (D.R. Dansby, Ltd.) for appellee. Assignment of Error In this case of first impression, the Court of Appeals erred in ruling that convictions for possession of a firearm by a felon and possession by a felon of ammunition incompatible with the firearms with which it was possessed...

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September 2020 McClary v. Jenkins show art September 2020 McClary v. Jenkins

Oral Arguments of the Supreme Court of Virginia

This podcast is provided by Ben Glass and Steve Emmert -   Granted Appeal Summary Case MICHAEL V. MCCLARY, ET AL. v. SCOTT H. JENKINS, SHERIFF, ET AL. (Record Number 191132) From The Circuit Court of Culpeper County; P. Peatross, Judge. Counsel Vishal Agraharkar, Eden B. Heilman, and Jennifer Safstrom (American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Virginia) and Casey E. Lucier, Dale G. Mullen, Travis C. Gunn, and Ashley P. Peterson (McGuireWoods LLP) for appellants. Rosalie Fessier (Timberlake, Smith, Thomas & Moses, P.C.) and Bobbi Jo Alexis (Office of the Culpeper County Attorney)...

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September 2020 Marble Technologies v. Mallon show art September 2020 Marble Technologies v. Mallon

Oral Arguments of the Supreme Court of Virginia

This podcast is provided by Ben Glass and Steve Emmert -   Granted Appeal Summary Case MARBLE TECHNOLOGIES, INC., ET AL. v. STEVEN M. MALLON, ET AL. (Record Number 191131) From The Circuit Court of the City of Hampton; M. Gaten, Judge. Counsel James J. Reid (David Kamp & Frank, L.L.C.) for appellants. Matthew D. Meadows (Jones, Blechman, Woltz & Kelly, P.C.) for appellees. Assignment of Error The lower court erred in denying the Plea in Bar of Res Judicata filed by Defendants Sebastian Plucinski and Marble Technologies, Inc. (“Defendants”) because the Plaintiffs’ claims...

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September 2020 Fairfax County Police Department v. Neal / Neal v. Fairfax County Police Department (Argued Together) show art September 2020 Fairfax County Police Department v. Neal / Neal v. Fairfax County Police Department (Argued Together)

Oral Arguments of the Supreme Court of Virginia

This podcast is provided by Ben Glass and Steve Emmert -   Granted Appeal Summary Case FAIRFAX COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT, ET AL. v. HARRISON NEAL (Record Number 191129) From The Circuit Court of Fairfax County; R. Smith, Judge. Counsel Elizabeth D. Teare, Karen L. Gibbons, and Kimberly P. Baucom (Fairfax County Attorney’s Office); Stuart A. Raphael, Trevor S. Cox, and Matthew R. McGuire (Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP) for appellant. Edward S. Rosenthal, Lana M. Manitta, and David C. Rohrbach (Rich Rosenthal Brincefield Manitta Dzubin & Kroeger, PLLC); Eden Heilman and Jennifer Safstrom...

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September 2020 Albritton v. Commonwealth show art September 2020 Albritton v. Commonwealth

Oral Arguments of the Supreme Court of Virginia

This podcast is provided by Ben Glass and Steve Emmert -   Granted Appeal Summary Case DEVINCHE JAVON ALBRITTON v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA (Record Number 191030) From Circuit Court of Sussex County; W. Sharrett, Judge. Counsel Devinche Javon Albritton, pro se. Stacie A. Sessoms (Office of the Attorney General) for appellee. Assignments of Error The Sussex County Circuit Court erred and abused its discretion by Granting the defendant’s Plea of Sovereign Immunity upon the defendant’s assertion that Appellant Albritton failed to exhaust his administrative remedies. The Sussex County...

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September 2020 Dumfries Triangle Rescue Squad v. Board of County Supervisors show art September 2020 Dumfries Triangle Rescue Squad v. Board of County Supervisors

Oral Arguments of the Supreme Court of Virginia

This podcast is provided by Ben Glass and Steve Emmert -   Granted Appeal Summary Case DUMFRIES-TRIANGLE RESCUE SQUAD, INCORPORATED v. BOARD OF COUNTY SUPERVISORS OF PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA (Record Number 191000) From Circuit Court of Prince William County; S. Smith, Judge. Counsel John H. Foote, Garth M. Wainman, and Matthew A. Westover (Walsh, Colucci, Lubeley & Walsh, P.C.) for appellant. Michelle R. Robl and Megan E. Kelly (Office of the County Attorney) for appellee. Assignments of Error Granted The trial court erred in overruling DTRS’s Demurrer, because the Board...

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September 2020 Alexandria City Public Schools v. Handel show art September 2020 Alexandria City Public Schools v. Handel

Oral Arguments of the Supreme Court of Virginia

This podcast is provided by Ben Glass and Steve Emmert -   Granted Appeal Summary Case ALEXANDRIA CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS, ET AL. v. KERRI HANDEL (Record Number 190957) From The Court of Appeals of Virginia. Counsel Michael S. Bliley and Andrew M. Alexander (Siciliano, Ellis, Dyer & Boccarosse PLC) for appellants. M. Thomas McWeeny and Julie H. Heiden (Koonz, McKenney, Johnson, DePaolis & Lightfoot, L.L.P.) for appellee. Ralph L. Witt, Jr., Megan Kerwin Clark, and A. Jacob Perkinson (Whitt & Del Bueno, PC) for amici curiae Prince William County Public Schools, Virginia Risk...

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This podcast is provided by Ben Glass and Steve Emmert -   Granted Appeal Summary Case BRANDI CARR v. SAHARA MOTORS, LLC (Record Number 190938) From The Circuit Court of the City of Portsmouth; D. Sword, Judge. Counsel Lenard Myers II (Fortress Proprietas, P.C.) for appellant. No counsel of record for appellee. Assignment of Error The Circuit Court for the City of Portsmouth (“the trial court”) erred and abused its discretion when it entered its final order on April 16, 2019 dismissing with prejudice and denying Appellant’s Motion to Reconsider Dismissal, Reopen and Rehear. The...

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05/28/2020 In a declaratory judgment action seeking an order that the Commissioner of Highways provide statutorily required relocation benefits under Code § 25.1-406 of the Virginia Relocation Assistance Act, the circuit court did not err in sustaining a defense demurrer because there is no implied private cause of action under the Act for payment of relocation expenses. In addition, the plaintiff failed to exhaust administrative remedies afforded to him under 24 VAC § 30-41-90, and had Virginia Administrative Process Act and mandamus remedies available. The judgment sustaining the demurrer in the present action is affirmed.

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