Did the trial court err by determining that Larson did not have a meritorious reason to discharge counsel prior to hearing Larson’s reasons for the request?
I. Did the trial court err in admitting testimony of a prior bad act? II. Did the trial court err in denying appellant’s motion for judgment of acquittal as to his murder- and robbery-related convictions?
argues that the Board was required to inform her when it dismissed her 2011 complaint that she had the right to appeal, and that the Board’s failure to so inform her should excuse the late filing of her 2013 complaint.
Appellant argues that he was entitled to additional credit against his violation of probation sentence for time he spent in custody on other charges that were ultimately nol prossed.
I. Was the evidence sufficient to sustain appellant’s convictions for: A) stalking, and B) harassment? II. Did the trial court err when it failed to state on the record that appellant’s waiver of his right to a jury trial was knowing and voluntary as required under Md. Rule 4-246(b)
I. Did the trial court err in denying defense counsel’s motion for judgment of acquittal because there was insufficient evidence of criminal agency? II. Did the trial court err in admitting certain testimonial evidence
Appellant argues that the trial court erred when it refused to categorically exclude the State from admitting into evidence its belatedly disclosed GPS evidence.
Did the trial court err in denying appellant’s motion to sever his two armed robbery charges from each other?
Did the circuit court err in changing the permanency plan from reunification to guardianship/adoption, where, inter alia, the court made clearly erroneous findings about the mother’s mental health, the parents had made substantial progress in satisfying their service agreements, and the children continued to bond well with them?