MICHAEL DeLOATCH v. STATE OF MARYLAND
Did the trial judge erroneously decline to receive in evidence a statement the appellant gave to the police in its entirety? Did the judge erroneously refuse a request from a juror to have a written copy of a witness's testimony?
MATTHEW HARPER v. STATE OF MARYLAND
We do not find it necessary to inquire into the merits of the alleged flaws in the verdict-rendering process. We agree with the State that they deal with alleged procedural flaws that are not cognizable under Maryland Rule 4-345
Jeffrey N. Warren, Jr. v. State of Maryland
Whether, in a pretrial suppression hearing, Judge erroneously failed to suppress certain involuntary and/or non-Mirandized statements made to the police following a stop for a traffic violation.
Donald Ray Millsaps, III v. State of Maryland
Whether an abuse victim, six years old at the time of trial, was erroneously ruled to be competent to testify.
Tyree Lindsey v. State of Maryland
Appellant contends that Judge failed to make, on the face of the record, the required finding that the appellant's waiver of a jury trial was both voluntary and knowledgeable.
MICHAEL NSIAH et al. v. LAURA H.G. O’SULLIVAN et al. SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEES
The precise proceeding being appealed is Judge McCrone's denial on June 17, 2013 of the Nsiahs's Emergency Motion to Stay the Pending Foreclosure Sale.