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SENATE ALEXANDER v. COLUMBIA ACADEMY, LLC, ET AL.

Torts — Hostile work environment — Sufficiency of evidence This appeal arises from a decision of the Circuit Court for Howard County granting summary judgment against Senate Alexander, appellant, and in favor of Columbia Academy, LLC (“Columbia Academy”), Patricia Kincaid, ...

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ELDER ROJAS MENDOZA v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal procedure — Motion to suppress evidence — Other crimes A grand jury sitting in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County indicted and charged Elder Rojas Mendoza, appellant, with robbery with a dangerous weapon, robbery, second-degree assault, and theft of ...

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DAMIEON REAVES v. LORITA TETTEH

Real property — Trustee deed — Right of redemption On April 8, 2016, Damieon Reaves, appellant, entered into a written agreement (the “Agreement”) with his sister, Lorita Tetteh, appellee, relating to property located at 208 Emerald Hill Drive in Fort ...

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JESSE JAMES RINGGOLD v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal procedure — Voir dire — Kazadi Jesse James Ringgold was convicted by a jury in the Circuit Court for Queen Anne’s County of attempted second-degree burglary and conspiracy to commit second-degree burglary. In this appeal, appellant asks: Did the ...

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WILLIAM ALFRED BURGESS, IV v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal procedure — Motion to suppress evidence — Investigative stop Appellant William Alfred Burgess IV was indicted in the Howard County Circuit Court (Case Number C-13-CR-18-0000970) and charged with attempted armed robbery and several other related counts. Prior to trial, ...

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EARL MORRIS v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal procedure — Illegal sentence — Conspiracy convictions A jury sitting in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County convicted the appellant, Earl Morris, of two counts of armed robbery and several related offenses in connection with the theft of dozens ...

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CHARLES CASTRONOVO, ET AL. v. PAUL GODWIN

Zoning — Lot coverage — Deck and stairway construction A couple complained that their neighbor had constructed a deck and other structures on his property, in violation of the Baltimore County Code and the Baltimore County Zoning Regulations. An administrative ...

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