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CHARLES R. WEBSTER, SR. v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Following a jury trial in the Circuit Court for Harford County, Charles Webster was convicted of unlawful use of a motor vehicle pursuant to Md. Code Ann. (2002, 2012) § 7-105 of the Criminal Law Article (“Crim.”). The trial court sentenced appellant to 23 months in prison, with all but 10 months suspended, and three years probation, and ordered him to pay $615 in restitution.

On appeal, Mr. Webster presents two issues, which we have re-worded:

I. Was the trial court’s order that appellant pay restitution improper?

II. Did the trial court commit reversible error by admitting testimony that the appellant did not pay highway tolls when he drove the vehicle from New Jersey to Maryland?

Read the unreported opinion.

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