HELEN C. RIVERA v. STATE OF MARYLAND
Allowing trial judges to unilaterally reclassify the status of an individual’s driver’s license and bypass the MVA system severely impedes the ability of the MVA to monitor which Maryland-licensed drivers are currently permitted to drive.
TREMAINE LAMONT KITCHEN v. STATE OF MARYLAND
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?
MICHELLE HOBBY v. JOHN BURSON
Freedom complied with the loss mitigation requirements of 24 C.F.R. §203.604 by reasonably attempting to arrange a face-to-face interview before initiating foreclosure proceedings, and conducted the sale before an order granting the borrower's motion to stay was docketed.
JAMES C. GRADY v. STATE OF MARYLAND
Stopped by police acting on a tip from a confidential informant, appellant argued that the stop and subsequent frisk were not justified because the officers lacked individualized suspicion that he was armed and dangerous.
JOSE SALOMON REYES v. STATE OF MARYLAND
On appeal, Reyes asserts that the evidence was insufficient to sustain his convictions for attempted first-degree sexual offense and first-degree assault
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.
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.
RONALD DURELLE AUSTIN v. STATE OF MARYLAND
In a felony murder trial, the court committed plain error by failing to instruct the jury as to the elements of the predicate felonies of robbery or attempted robbery.
ANTHONY FATA v. STATE OF MARYLAND
Detective Fata contends he was prohibited from mounting a proper defense to perjury, misconduct in office and workers’ compensation fraud, due to evidence erroneously admitted for the purpose of impeaching Fata.
DOUGLAS N. LASURE, ET UX. v. CAIN CONTRACTING, INC., ET AL.
Appellants contend that the Baltimore County Circuit Court erred in imposing discovery sanctions on them without first holding a hearing on their motion to enforce settlement agreement.
David Rogers v. Prince George’s County, Maryland, et al.
1. Whether Rogers failed to substantially comply with the LGTCA notice requirement. 2. Whether the circuit court erred when it ruled that good cause did not exist to waive the LGTCA notice requirement.
William Nathaniel Johnson v. State of Maryland
Whether the post-conviction court erred in concluding that trial counsel did not provide constitutionally ineffective assistance by failing to present evidence that the victim was coached.