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FRENNIEJO DONNA NIXON v. THOMAS P. DORE, ET AL. SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEES

1. Did the circuit court err in denying the motion to stay the foreclosure sale without a hearing? 2. Did the circuit court err in denying the motion for an extension of time to file exceptions to the foreclosure sale?

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RICARDO VALDEZ VELA v. STATE OF MARYLAND

An online news article, published more than a decade after appellant's trial, was not admissible or even capable of being admitted at appellant's original trial, and therefore was not newly discovered evidence under the statute governing petitions for writ of actual innocence.

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DIANE VIRGINIA MARSHALL v. WILLIE MAE PATE ROARY

Merely because a court assumes jurisdiction over a trust does not give it unbridled authority to remove the trustee of the trust and appoint a new trustee without affording the process the rules require and without taking evidence and making findings about the grounds for removal.

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David William Barone v. State of Maryland

In a “Memorandum & Order,” the circuit court denied Barone’s petition as legally insufficient and, consequently, did not hold a hearing. In this timely appeal, Barone challenges the circuit court’s denial of his petition for writ of actual innocence without first holding a hearing.

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