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NICHOLAS SKEET JONES v. STATE OF MARYLAND (access required)

Jones appeals from his convictions and sentences, arguing that the evidence was insufficient to sustain his convictions and that his assault sentences should merge under prevailing constitutional standards.

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TREVIN JENKINS v. STATE OF MARYLAND (access required)

The State did not introduce evidence sufficient to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Mr. Jenkins used a handgun in the shooting; his conviction for use of a handgun in the commission of a crime of violence is reversed.

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MICHAEL IVAN WILLIAMS v. STATE OF MARYLAND (access required)

Twenty-three years after he was convicted of murder, and after other attempts at post-conviction relief had failed, Mr. Williams filed a Petition for Actual Innocence. The circuit court dismissed the petition, without a hearing, on the grounds that it failed to satisfy several procedural requirements. On appeal, Mr. Williams contends that the circuit court erred in dismissing his petition without a hearing.

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ANTWON J. LIMBERRY v. STATE OF MARYLAND

We will construe Mr. Limberry’s motion liberally and treat it as a petition to reopen a closed post-conviction proceeding. But that doesn’t get him very far: on that posture, he was required to file an application for leave to appeal the circuit court’s denial of his motion within thirty days, and he failed to do so.

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