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TREMAINE LAMONT KITCHEN v. STATE OF MARYLAND (access required)

Following denial of what he claimed was his “fourth” motion to correct an illegal sentence, Kitchen presents four questions which are reducible to one: Was the verdict invalid, and hence the sentence illegal, because the clerk did not poll the foreman when polling the jury as to their verdict?

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PATRICIA MAREK v. OLGA CARBALLO, ET AL.

1. Whether the circuit court erred in admitting testimony that appellant underwent a neuropsychological evaluation for the purpose of obtaining disability benefits through the Social Security Administration. 2. Whether the circuit court erred in declining to give a jury instruction on susceptibility.

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WASHINGTON GAS ENERGY SERVICES v. MARYLAND PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

Washington Gas asks that we order the Commission to instruct BGE to return over-collected funds to suppliers. It asks whether the Commission exceeded its statutory authority, employed unlawful procedure, or acted arbitrarily or capriciously when setting certain discount rates to zero for Years 2 and 3 of the Purchase of Receivables program.

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