Court of Appeals approves rule to let state vacate unjust convictions

ANNAPOLIS -- Maryland's highest court adopted a rule Tuesday to establish a process to allow prosecutors to move to vacate convictions they feel they can no longer stand behind. The Court of Appeals, with only six members present due to a vacancy, approved new Rule 4-333 unanimously without questions or discussion. The rule implements a law ...

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