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SHAKIM LATIVIA BRYANT v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal law — Sufficiency of evidence — Arson Following a jury trial in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, Shakim Bryant, appellant, was convicted of one count of first-degree arson, seven counts of second-degree assault, and seven counts of reckless ...

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EBRAHIM RADBOD v. CACH, LLC

Civil litigation — Enrolled judgment — Fraud, mistake or irregularity Ebrahim Radbod, appellant, had a credit card account with Bank of America, N.A. that was charged off for non-payment. Cach, LLC, appellant, bought the debt and is the current holder ...

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WILLIAM GEORGE MOORE, JR. v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal law — Sufficiency of evidence — First-degree murder Following a jury trial in the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, William George Moore, Jr., appellant, was convicted of first-degree murder, armed robbery, attempted armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed ...

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DEMETRIUS BRADSHAW v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal procedure — Illegal sentence — Statutory maximum In the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, Demetrius Bradshaw, the appellant, was found in violation of his probation for failure to complete an outpatient substance abuse treatment program. The court revoked his ...

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HAROLD MOORE v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal law — Sufficiency of evidence — Attempting to elude officer Harold Moore was convicted in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City of possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, transporting a handgun in a vehicle, possession of ammunition ...

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BERNARD JEAN v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal procedure — Illegal sentence — Merger of first-degree assault and armed robbery In 2016, Bernard Jean, appellant, appeared in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County and pled guilty to first-degree assault, armed robbery, use of a handgun in the ...

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LAMAR KEY v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal law — Sufficiency of evidence — Second-degree assault Appellant Lamar Key was convicted by a jury in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City of second-degree assault, reckless endangerment, and carrying a concealed dangerous or deadly weapon. Appellant presents the ...

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