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Opinions – 9/4/14: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Criminal Law Rape  BOTTOM LINE: In defendant’s trial for rape and related offenses, the evidence was sufficient to show victim’s lack of consent, a required element of the crime, where trial judge found, based on the record, that victim was asleep at the time of the rape and was therefore unable to consent. CASE: Travis v. State, No. ...

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