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Opinions – 9/24/12: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Criminal Procedure Criteria for continuance BOTTOM LINE: The trial court did not abuse its discretion in denying defendant’s continuance to obtain exculpatory evidence, because defendant did not meet his burden to show that he satisfied the criteria set forth in ...

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Law digest – 8/20/12

Criminal Procedure, Civil commitment: Where defendant had multiple convictions for making harassing phone calls of violent, sexual content, district court properly denied government’s request for defendant to be committed under the Adam Walsh Act following his release from prison, because ...

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Law digest – 8/13/12

Civil Procedure, Jurisdiction over foreign corporation: Foreign corporations possessed sufficient contacts with the state to support the court’s exercise of personal jurisdiction over them, because the corporations purposefully availed themselves of privilege of conducting activities in forum state, plaintiff’s claims ...

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