EMILIO ROBERTO FERNANDEZ v. STATE OF MARYLAND
Given that appellant’s motion for modification of sentence was filed nine years after sentencing—well more than the 90 days after sentencing within which a motion for modification must be filed—the State avers that the trial court correctly ruled that it had no authority to modify appellant’s sentence.
REGINALD STEPHONE TUCKER v. STATE OF MARYLAND
Appellant filed a petition for a writ of actual innocence and requested a hearing. Appellant asserted that the court improperly instructed the jury as to the mens rea required for the crime of attempted murder. The court denied appellant’s petition without a hearing. Appellant presents one issue: Whether the lower court erred by failing to grant a hearing on the merits.
Michael Redding, III v. State of Maryland
Appellant filed this appeal to challenge the circuit court’s denial of his motion to suppress evidence seized from his home pursuant to a search warrant. He also complains of two evidentiary rulings made by the trial court.