RICHARD ROYDEN McCLEARY v. STATE OF MARYLAND
Convicted of two counts of possession with intent to distribute cocaine, appellant asserts that the sentence enhancement provision of Md. Crim. §5-608(b) cannot be applied lawfully to both convictions.
Steven H. Wheeler v. State of Maryland
Did the court err in denying the Motion to Correct Illegal Sentence?
Rashad White v. State of Maryland
1. Did the trial court err in admitting prior consistent statements by the alleged victim? 2. Did the trial court err in permitting the State to ask appellant “were they lying” type questions? 3. Must appellant’s convictions be reversed as a result of improper prosecutorial argument? 4. Did the trial court err in imposing an enhanced sentence for second degree sexual offense?
Toby Payne v. State of Maryland
“Pursuant to the U.S. Sentencing Commission, in a report issued in October 2011, is the Appellant’s mandatory 40 year sentence, without parole— under Maryland Code Ann., Criminal Law Article 5-608(d) (i.e., the fourth time offender rule”)—illegal, as being “excessively severe?"
Anthony Mitchell Willoughby v. State of Maryland
Did the circuit court err in denying a motion to correct an illegal sentence?
Othella Gough v. State of Maryland
Whether the circuit court erred in denying Gough’s motion to correct illegal sentence.
Bernard Smith v. State of Maryland
Smith appeals from the denial of his motions (1) to correct an illegal sentence; and (2) to modify his sentence based upon fraud, mistake, or irregularity.