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BRYANT McARTHUR v. STATE OF MARYLAND

The court did not abuse its discretion in finding that appellant had failed to act with due diligence to discover the alleged newly discovered evidence within one year after the imposition of his sentence. Second, the court did not abuse its discretion in ruling that McArthur failed to demonstrate, as required by statute, that the alleged newly-discovered evidence created a “substantial or significant possibility that the result [of the trial] may have been different.”

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BACK RIVER, LLC, ET AL. v. BALTIMORE COUNTY, MARYLAND, ET AL.

Years after being denied a variance for noncompliance with setback requirements, Sprint filed a petition for special hearing, asserting a new legal theory under which the existing tower was actually in compliance with the setback regulations. An ALJ ruled otherwise and also held that the new petition was barred under the doctrine of res judicata.

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IN RE: ADOPTION/GUARDIANSHIP OF DUSTIN R.

Department of Health and Mental Hygiene alleges that the juvenile court ordered DHMH to provide specific services to Dustin after he turned 21, at which point Dustin would no longer be subject to the jurisdiction of the juvenile court, exceeding the authorization granted to the juvenile court. After reviewing the purported final judgment, we must conclude that this Court lacks the power to resolve any of those issues as there was no final order from which an appeal could be taken.

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