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Michael Woods v. State of Maryland

Convicted by a jury, in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, of two counts of armed robbery and three counts of first-degree assault, as well as use of a handgun in a crime of violence, and possession of a firearm by a disqualified individual, Michael Woods, appellant, contends that the evidence does not support his three assault convictions.

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STINYARD A. BLUE v. ANTONIO ARRINGTON

Baltimore City, on Arrington’s behalf, filed, in response, a motion to dismiss, relying on a provision of the Local Government Tort Claims Act (“LGTCA”), which prohibits a local government employee from suing “a fellow employee for tortious acts or omissions committed within the scope of employment,” if the injury sustained by the local government employee is “compensable under the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Act.

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