Following a jury trial in the Circuit Court for Queen Anne’s County, appellant, Robert Sedgwick, was convicted of second degree assault. The court sentenced appellant to ten years, with all but seven years suspended, and three years supervised probation upon his release. On appeal, appellant presents the following three questions, which we have re-phrased slightly, as follows:
1. Does appellant’s commitment order correctly reflect the sentence imposed by the trial court?
2. Was the evidence sufficient to support appellant’s conviction for second degree assault?
3. Did the trial court abuse its discretion in declining to ask appellant’s requested voir dire questions?