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NICHOLAS SKEET JONES v. STATE OF MARYLAND

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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ROBERT LEROY SEDGWICK v. STATE OF MARYLAND

1. Does appellant’s commitment order correctly reflect the sentence imposed by the trial court? 2. Was the evidence sufficient to support appellant’s conviction for second degree assault? 3. Did the trial court abuse its discretion in declining to ask appellant’s requested voir dire questions?

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Xavier M. N. Tates v. State of Maryland

I. Was the evidence legally sufficient to sustain the convictions for second-degree assault and reckless endangerment of Jessica Pettner? II. Did the trial court err by not merging for sentencing the conviction for second-degree assault of Jessica Pettner into the conviction for reckless endangerment of Jessica Pettner?

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No jail time sought in Werdesheim case

Prosecutors are not seeking jail time for a former member of an Orthodox Jewish neighborhood watch group convicted in the beating of a black teenager. Twenty-four-year-old Eliyahu Werdesheim faces sentencing Wednesday for second-degree assault and false imprisonment. His 22-year-old brother, ...

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Assault charges dropped against guard at North Branch prison

CUMBERLAND — Prosecutors have dropped assault charges against a Maryland correctional officer for an incident in which an inmate was injured at the North Branch Correctional Institution near Cumberland. Court records show that two counts of second-degree assault against David ...

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