Thus, the present cause of action had not accrued, and claim preclusion cannot bar it now.Issue preclusion bars relitigation of common factual issues between the same or related parties, but the issue must have been actually litigated and essential to a valid and final personal judgment in the first action and here it is not certain that the issues were actually litigated and decided by the court.It was an abuse of discretion to disqualify this witness from testifying, and the subsequent entry of summary judgment for the defense was error.

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The judgment awarding sanctions is reversed and the award of damages on the defendants unappealed counterclaim is vacated. Commonwealth 03/01/2018 The Court of Appeals of Virginia did not err in upholding a conviction for displaying a noose on a public place with the intent to intimidate, and placing others in reasonable fear of death or personal injury, in violation of Code 18.2-423.2. Williams 03/01/2018 The circuit court did not err in granting a motion to quash and dismissing a petition to remove an elected officer, pursuant to Code 24.2-233, et seq., on the grounds that the petition was not signed under penalty of perjury by a number of registered voters equal to ten percent of the votes cast in the prior election for that office. On this record, there is a reasonable possibility that a felony arrest record would hinder her career and her educational opportunities.

The noose, located on defendants private property, was visible from a public road and thus applying the obvious and rational meaning of the term it was on a public place within the proscription of subsection (B) of the statute. The petition failed to comply with the requirement dictated by the text of Code 24.2-233 and -235 that the signatures of petitioners, who are registered voters equal to ten percent of the votes cast in the last election, be made under penalty of perjury. It is concluded that the petitioner made the requisite showing of a manifest injustice.

The judgment is reversed and the matter is remanded for entry of an order expunging the felony arrest record at issue. Chalmeta 02/22/2018 In a medical malpractice case, the circuit court abused its discretion when it refused to qualify plaintiffs only proposed expert witness under Code 8.01-581.20.

In a case where treatment of a newborn with respiratory distress was at issue, the board certified pediatrician and neonatologist proffered by the plaintiff met both the knowledge and active clinical practice requirements of Code 8.01-581.20.

Judicial estoppel is an equitable doctrine intended to prevent litigants from adopting a position inconsistent with a stance taken in a prior litigation.

Here, the sons argument in the prior litigation that his mother was capable of executing powers of attorney is not fatally inconsistent with his present argument that she lacked the requisite testamentary capacity to execute a will.Because there was no relevant final judgment entered, res judicata does not bar the ex-wifes contract action.The judgment is reversed and the case is remanded for further proceedings consistent with this opinion. Duse (ORDER) 02/12/2018 In the Commonwealths appeal from a decision of the Court of Appeals upholding a circuit court ruling allowing bail in a first degree murder prosecution, the judgment is reversed and the bail order is vacated.As of February 8, 2008 all opinions are Adobe Acrobat PDF documents.The Adobe Acrobat Viewer (free from Adobe) allows you to view and print PDF documents. Commonwealth 03/01/2018 In a petition to expunge a felony arrest record, the trial court erred in concluding that the existence of this record may not cause the petitioner a manifest injustice.With respect to the trial courts exclusion of a proffered post-operative statement of the patient as irrelevant, the assignment of error fails to address this ground for its exclusion, and this challenge was thus waived. In this case, there was no final order entered regarding the claim that ex-husband is attempting to preclude by his assertion of res judicata.