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JAMES CROSSLEY v. STATE OF MARYLAND

1. Did the trial court commit reversible error in denying Appellant’s motion to suppress an out-of-court identification based on an improperly suggestive photo array? 2. Did the trial court violate Appellant’s Confrontation Clause rights when, during cross-examination, it denied Appellant a full and fair opportunity to explore the issue of bias?

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PHILLIP HERRELL v. STATE of MARYLAND

Appealing his first-degree murder conviction, appellant asks: I. Whether the trial court erred or abused its discretion in admitting evidence regarding the extent of appellant’s gang involvement. II. Whether the trial court abused its discretion by limiting the defense’s cross-examination of a prosecution witness.

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