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Tag Archives: Judge Clayton Greene Jr.

Justice (still) delayed at Court of Appeals

Another year has passed, and convicted criminals Kevin C. Alston, Tony Lamont Haile and Jaron Tyree Grade are still waiting for word from Maryland’s top court.

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Top court’s financial disclosures provide snapshot

Six of the seven judges on Maryland’s top court own more than one home, two are carrying more than $10,000 in non-mortgage debt, two have car payments and one is ruing a bad investment from 25 years ago.

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Court of Appeals: Greens, Libertarians need more signatures

Maryland’s top court on Monday dealt a blow to the Libertarian and Green parties, unanimously finding that each group is still more than 4,000 signatures short of the 10,000 needed to get a candidate for office on the ballot this ...

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Top court rules DNA preservation law not retroactive

The Court of Appeals has ruled that the state law requiring the preservation of DNA evidence after conviction is not retroactive from when the bill was signed into law on Oct. 1, 2001. Michael D. Washington-Bey had appealed his January ...

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Top court OKs extra tax on nonresidents

Maryland’s highest court on Thursday upheld a piggyback tax on nonresidents, which brought in nearly $50 million last year and an estimated $500 million since it was enacted in 2004. The challengers — three partners in Philadelphia-based Saul Ewing LLP, ...

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Convicted murderer can question lab tech about DNA from 1973 case

Maryland’s top court has revived a convicted murderer’s effort to recover DNA evidence from the state he contends will exonerate him of the 1973 slaying. The Court of Appeals on Thursday said Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Kaye A. Allison ...

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