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HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES COMM OF MONTGOMERY CO v. YIANNIS YIALLOUROS

We apply Section 9-202 of the Labor and Employment Article, a provision of the Workers’ Compensation title that authorizes a self-insured employer to recoup benefits paid to a claimant/employee who thereafter recovered a settlement from a third party tort feasor.

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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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BRENDON PATRICK ORR v. STATE OF MARYLAND

I. Was the evidence sufficient to sustain appellant’s convictions for CDS possession and conspiracy to possess CDS with intent to distribute? II. Did the trial court err in admitting other crimes evidence? III. Did the trial court err in admitting into evidence a recording of a jail call?

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MICHAEL SHARP v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Appellant filed a motion to suppress the firearm recovered from his residence. The motion was heard and denied. Appellant was convicted, pursuant to a not guilty agreed statement of facts, of possession of a regulated firearm after being convicted of a misdemeanor carrying a penalty of more than two years imprisonment. Appellant filed this timely appeal, presenting the following question: Was it error to deny the motion to suppress the firearm seized from and searched in appellant’s home?

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