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Law digest – 4/17/14

MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS  Criminal Procedure, Jury instructions: Although trial court abused its discretion in giving “anti-CSI effect” jury instruction, the abuse of discretion was harmless because evidence presented at trial established certain essential facts of the case and, therefore, ...

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Opinions – 4/17/14: Maryland Court of Appeals

Criminal Procedure Jury instructions  BOTTOM LINE: Although trial court abused its discretion in giving “anti-CSI effect” jury instruction, the abuse of discretion was harmless because evidence presented at trial established certain essential facts of the case and, therefore, “anti-CSI effect” ...

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Law digest – 4/10/14

MARYLAND COURT OF SPECIAL APPEALS Evidence, Confrontation Clause: The trial court did not violate defendant’s right of confrontation by admitting into evidence assistant medical examiner’s autopsy report through the testimony of the supervising medical examiner because, even though the person ...

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Verrilli backs Maryland on piggyback tax

In a move that bodes well for the Maryland tax collector, the Obama administration is urging the U.S. Supreme Court to revive a state law designed to protect “piggyback tax” revenue the state collects on behalf of local jurisdictions.

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Foes lose on State Center deal

Foes lose on State Center deal

The Court of Appeals unanimously threw out a lower court ruling that the state violated procurement laws by failing to competitively bid the project. The top court said opponents waited too long to bring their claims, calling it the “fatal flaw” in their challenge.

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