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ROGER GARCIA v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal law — Sufficiency of evidence — Second-degree murder

In this criminal appeal, Roger Garcia, appellant, challenges the viability of a theory of murder: second-degree intent-to-kill murder based on accessory-before-the-fact accomplice liability. Following a jury trial, Mr. Garcia was convicted in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County of two counts of second-degree murder and two corresponding use of a firearm counts. He was sentenced to a total of 100 years of incarceration. Mr. Garcia then filed this appeal.

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