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HAROLD JUNIOR MORRIS v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal law — Sufficiency of evidence — Drug kingpin

Appellant, Harold Junior Morris, was charged and convicted by a jury in the Circuit Court for Harford County of being a drug kingpin who conspired to distribute 50 or more pounds of marijuana, possession of 50 pounds or more of marijuana, conspiracy to distribute marijuana, distribution of marijuana, and possession with intent to distribute marijuana. The circuit court sentenced appellant to a total of forty years’ incarceration, suspending all but the mandatory minimum sentence of twenty years without the possibility of parole, and three years of supervised probation on release. On appeal, appellant raises two questions for our review …

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