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MICHELLE HOBBY v. JOHN BURSON

Freedom complied with the loss mitigation requirements of 24 C.F.R. §203.604 by reasonably attempting to arrange a face-to-face interview before initiating foreclosure proceedings, and conducted the sale before an order granting the borrower's motion to stay was docketed.

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RICARDO VALDEZ VELA v. STATE OF MARYLAND

An online news article, published more than a decade after appellant's trial, was not admissible or even capable of being admitted at appellant's original trial, and therefore was not newly discovered evidence under the statute governing petitions for writ of actual innocence.

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IN RE: TARIQ S.

Tariq contends that there was no evidence from which a rational fact-finder could conclude that he committed a breaking and entering, a required element of both third and fourth-degree burglary, and, further, that there was not sufficient evidence to support the court’s finding that he committed theft.

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