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JAMES E. JOHNSON v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal procedure — Voir dire — Exclusion of defendant James Johnson was convicted in the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County of second-degree assault he committed against a woman he met on Match.com. On appeal, Mr. Johnson argues the circuit ...

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IN RE: N.M.

Juvenile law — Educational and health records — Interlocutory order The Circuit Court for Baltimore City sitting as a juvenile court found 14-year-old N.M. involved in actions that, if committed by an adult, would constitute the crimes of first- and ...

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DANTEE LONG v. PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT

Administrative law — False statements — Substantial evidence The Administrative Hearing Board (the “Board”) for the Prince George’s County Police Department (“PGPD”) found appellant, Dantee Long (“Long”), guilty of making false statements and intentionally misrepresenting facts to members of the ...

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CATRINA LAWRENCE v. UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND MEDICAL CENTER

Torts — Medical malpractice — Causation Appellant Catrina Lawrence filed suit against appellees, University of Maryland Obstetrical and Gynecological Associates, P.A. (“University of Maryland”), on behalf of her daughter Courtni Lawrence, after Courtni suffered permanent brain injury shortly after birth. ...

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LEONARD P. CIRINCIONE v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal procedure — Motion to modify sentence — Timeliness In 1987, Leonard P. Cirincione, appellant, was convicted in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City of first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, and assault. The Court sentenced Cirincione to a total term ...

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RYKWON EDWARD HALL v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal procedure — Motion to suppress evidence — Traffic stop Following the denial of his motion to suppress evidence seized during a traffic stop, appellant Rykwon Hall entered a conditional guilty plea to one count of possession of marijuana. The ...

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