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Tag Archives: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Opinions – 7/30/12 – Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Criminal Law Single larceny doctrine BOTTOM LINE: The evidence was sufficient to support defendant’s convictions for robbery, second-degree assault, and obtaining property by use of a stolen credit card; however, pursuant to the “single larceny” doctrine, defendant should have incurred ...

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Law digest – 7/23/12

COURT OF SPECIAL APPEALS Criminal Procedure, Jury instructions: The circuit court erred by refusing to submit the charge of fourth-degree burglary to the jury, where the evidence was legally sufficient for defendant to be convicted of either third-degree burglary or ...

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Opinions – 7/23/12: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Criminal Procedure Jury instructions BOTTOM LINE: The circuit court erred by refusing to allow defendant’s request to submit the charge of fourth-degree burglary to the jury, where the evidence was legally sufficient for defendant to be convicted of either third-degree ...

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Law digest – 7/16/12

MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS Criminal Procedure, Post-conviction relief: Defendant was not entitled to post-conviction relief to re-litigate the allegation that the trial court erred by excluding expert testimony, because that issue had already been finally litigated and cases decided after ...

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