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MICHAEL HARRISON, ET AL. v. MARCUS JOHNSON (access required)

Administrative law — Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights — Statute of limitations The underlying Baltimore Police Department disciplinary proceedings arise out of a bar fight at a bachelorette party that occurred shortly after midnight at Norma Jean’s nightclub in ...

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MICHAEL HARRISON, ET AL. v. DOMINIQUE WIGGINS (access required)

Administrative law — Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights — Statute of limitations The underlying Baltimore Police Department disciplinary proceedings arise out of a bar fight at a bachelorette party that occurred shortly after midnight at Norma Jean’s nightclub in ...

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MICHAEL HARRISON, ET AL. v. WANDA JOHNSON (access required)

Administrative law — Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights — Statute of limitations The underlying Baltimore Police Department disciplinary proceedings arise out of a bar fight at a bachelorette party that occurred shortly after midnight at Norma Jean’s nightclub in ...

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JOHN SCOTT, JR. v. STATE OF MARYLAND (access required)

Criminal procedure — Testimony by police officer — Bolstering complainant’s testimony A Cecil County jury convicted appellant John Scott, Jr., of first-degree assault, second-degree assault, reckless endangerment, and using a firearm in the commission of a felony or crime of ...

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OLIVER MILLER v. STATE OF MARYLAND (access required)

Criminal procedure — Confrontation clause — Admission of DNA evidence A jury in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City convicted appellant Oliver Miller of first-degree rape, attempted first-degree rape, two counts of first-degree sex offense, three counts of third-degree sex ...

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CALUM THOMAS v. STATE OF MARYLAND (access required)

Criminal procedure — Jury selection — Batson challenge In two consolidated cases, a jury sitting in the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County convicted Calum Thomas, appellant, of second-degree murder and related firearms offenses and acquitted him of first-degree murder. ...

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