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Lloyd Taylor v. State of Maryland

1. Did the circuit court abuse its discretion when it declined to ask six of Moore’s proposed voir dire questions? 2. Did the circuit court abuse its discretion when it denied Moore’s request for a mistrial and his related motion to strike a detective’s statement, on cross-examination, about text messages that the court had previously excluded?

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Tavon Garner v. State of Maryland

In this consolidated appeal, appellants Devin Crawford and Tavon Garner challenge their respective convictions for two counts, each, of first-degree assault. The convictions resulted from a multi-week jury trial in which the appellants were tried jointly, along with three other defendants, in connection with two violent incidents at the Baltimore City Detention Center (BCDC).

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Devin Crawford v. State of Maryland

In this consolidated appeal, appellants Devin Crawford and Tavon Garner challenge their respective convictions for two counts, each, of first-degree assault. The convictions resulted from a multi-week jury trial in which the appellants were tried jointly, along with three other defendants, in connection with two violent incidents at the Baltimore City Detention Center (BCDC).

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MB MAPLE LAWN LLC ET AL. v. STATE, OAG CONSUMER PROTECTION DIV.

Maple Lawn and Oak Creek appeal from an order enforcing administrative subpoenas issued by the AG's Consumer Protection Division. This Court has twice remanded the case. Now, the sole remaining issue is the third Banach factor – were the Division's requests indefinite or overbroad?

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ROSANNA N. KITCHEN v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Appellant Rosanna Kitchen, now known as Rosanna Ambrogi, seeks the extraordinary relief afforded by a writ of error coram nobis. Kitchen argues she received ineffective assistance of counsel in 2002. In this appeal, Kitchen alleges certain procedural errors in the handling of her second coram nobis petition.

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