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RAY GLASGOW v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Appellant, Ray Glasgow, was convicted of second-degree burglary, fourth-degree burglary, possession of burglar’s tools, theft, and malicious destruction of property in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City. Prior to trial, he moved to dismiss based on speedy trial grounds. Appellant, pro se, also objected to being identified by witnesses during the motion hearing. These motions were denied. He presents three questions for our review, which we quote:

1. Did the trial court err in not granting Appellant’s motion to dismiss for violation of his constitutionally protected right to a speedy trial?

2. Did the trial court err in denying Appellant’s request to suppress the incourt identification?

3. Did the trial court err when it failed to address Appellant’s implicit pretrial request to dismiss counsel?

Read the unreported opinion.