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Opinions – 2/6/14: Maryland Court of Appeals

Criminal Law Theft by deception  BOTTOM LINE: Evidence was sufficient to support conviction for theft, where defendant obtained possession of home through deception and occupied home for period of time without payment to lawful owner; consolidated theft statute did not require asportation of property or proof of actual deprivation. CASE: Hobby v. State, No. 33, Sept. Term, 2013 ...

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