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Opinions – 4/16/12: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Criminal Law Inconsistent verdicts BOTTOM LINE: Defendant’s conviction for first-degree assault could have been based on a theory of aggravated guilt that was not legally inconsistent with the acquittal of defendant on related handgun charges. CASE: Dickerson v. State, No. 2977, September Term, 2010 (filed Mar. 30, 2012) (Judges Meredith, Woodward & MOYLAN (retired, specially assigned)). RecordFax No. ...

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