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Devin Antonio Cooper v. State of Maryland

Did the trial court commit plain error in failing to instruct the jury that they must be unanimous as to the act on which the second degree assault verdict is based where [appellant] was charged with one count of second degree assault and the State presented evidence of multiple acts of assault?

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Law digest – 9/10/14

Administrative Law, Driving with suspended license: Evidence was sufficient to convict defendant of driving with a suspended license even without evidence that she had actual knowledge of the suspension; based on the previous suspensions of defendant’s license and her failure to notify the Motor Vehicle Administration of her change of address for over a year, the jury could reasonably infer defendant was deliberately avoiding contact with the MVA and was thus “willfully ignorant” of the suspension. Steward v. State, No. 1796, Sept. Term, 2012. RecordFax No. 14-0827-04, 23 pages.

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