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Tag Archives: administrative law

Opinions – 2/6/12: 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Administrative Law Civil commitment BOTTOM LINE: The U.S. District Court did not err in finding that the government failed to prove by clear and convincing evidence that defendant was “a sexually dangerous person,”; the court reasonably found one expert’s opinion ...

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Law digest: 2/6/12

MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS Commercial Law, Secondary Mortgage Loan Law: The Secondary Mortgage Loan Law does not restrict a mortgage lender to a single loan origination fee, as long as the aggregate fees charged and collected do not exceed the ...

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Opinions – 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals: 1/23/12

Administrative Law Supplemental Security Income BOTTOM LINE: Although intelligence testing examiner testified that Social Security disability claimant was functioning in the mild level of mental retardation, there existed substantial evidence to support finding by Administrative Law Judge that claimant was ...

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Law digest: 1/9/12

MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS Administrative Law, LEOBR statute of limitations: After law enforcement officer knowingly made a material false statement during an investigation of prior misconduct, law enforcement agency had one year from the day the false statement came to ...

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Opinions – 1/9/12: Maryland Court of Appeals

Administrative Law LEOBR statute of limitations BOTTOM LINE: After law enforcement officer knowingly made a material false statement during an investigation of prior misconduct, law enforcement agency had one year from the day the false statement came to its attention ...

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Opinions – Maryland Court of Appeals: 12/12/11

Administrative Law Medical licensing BOTTOM LINE: Where physician failed to disclose existence of a pending malpractice action against him on his license renewal application, physician violated ethics rules by falsely indicating that he was not involved in a medical malpractice ...

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Opinions – 12/5/11: U.S. District Court, Maryland

Administrative Law Environmental Protection Act BOTTOM LINE: Because biological opinion (BiOp) issued by the National Marine Fisheries Service, which found that registration of the three products without restrictions not previously imposed by the Environmental Protection Act would jeopardize the continued ...

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Opinions – Maryland Court of Appeals: 11/07/2011

Administrative Law Eligibility for Developmental Disability Administration services BOTTOM LINE: Petitioner was a “resident” of Maryland during the time she lived with her father in Maryland, pursuant to an interstate custody arrangement and, therefore, petitioner was eligible for Developmental Disability ...

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Opinions – 10/24/11: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Criminal Procedure Waiver of Miranda rights BOTTOM LINE: Where defendant did not unequivocally invoke his right to counsel, he waived his Miranda rights and, therefore, the statement defendant made during his custodial interrogation by police was admissible at trial. CASE: ...

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Opinions – 10/17/11: Maryland Court of Appeals

Administrative Law Contested case hearings BOTTOM LINE: Prior to the termination of housing assistance benefits administered pursuant to the Section 8 housing program, the Department of Housing and Community Development must, upon request, provide a “contested case” hearing. CASE: Walker ...

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