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1. Did the trial court commit reversible error in denying Appellant’s motion to suppress an out-of-court identification based on an improperly suggestive photo array? 2. Did the trial court violate Appellant’s Confrontation Clause rights when, during cross-examination, it denied Appellant a full and fair opportunity to explore the issue of bias?

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Md. suspends Boonsboro elder care center after 1-story fall

HAGERSTOWN — The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene says it has suspended the license of an assisted-living facility near Boonsboro after a patient with Alzheimer’s disease suffered severe injuries from allegedly falling through an unfinished floor. The agency ...

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Washington lawyer accused of throwing live power line at driver

SILVER SPRING — A Washington lawyer is accused of throwing a live power line at another motorist during a road-rage incident in the wake of Hurricane Irene. Montgomery County police say 32-year-old Richard Bialczak of College Park faces a variety ...

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Court of Appeals overturns reckless-endangerment conviction

Judges must tell jurors they may infer a criminal defendant’s innocence from the state’s destruction or misplacement of critical evidence in the case, Maryland’s top court ruled unanimously Friday. The Court of Appeals, in its 7-0 decision, overturned the reckless-endangerment ...

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