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Law digest: 3/7/11

MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS Administrative Law, Judicial review: Meaningful judicial review was possible where the Board of Appeals summarized substantial evidence in support of its conclusory findings that the variance applicants had failed to establish that their proposed development would ...

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Case Digest: 12/27/10

MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS Professional Responsibility Disbarment: Disbarment was the appropriate sanction, where the attorney misrepresented that he initiated lawsuits on behalf of clients, made inappropriate transfers of client funds, and misused clients’ funds held in the firm’s escrow account ...

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Law digest: October 12, 2010

MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS: Criminal Law, Reckless endangerment: Indictments of defendants for reckless endangerment were legally sufficient where the conduct charged was a failure to aid a dying boy in defendants’ custody and care. State v. Kanavy, et al., No. ...

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Legal opinions – Case digest

MARYLAND COURT OF SPECIAL APPEALS Criminal Law: Weapons possession sufficiency of evidence: Evidence was sufficient to sustain a weapons possession conviction because, though defendant claimed he did not know the gun was in his vehicle, it was in close proximity ...

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