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Tag Archives: Sept. Term 2014

JEFFREY BURDICK v. BALTIMORE CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT (access required)

A default judgment should not have been entered against non-existent parties, and the default judgment would be unenforceable against BCPD because appellant did not prove the unidentified officers acted within the scope of their employment and without malice.

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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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FRENNIEJO DONNA NIXON v. THOMAS P. DORE, ET AL. SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEES (access required)

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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SHEILA BRECK v. MARYLAND STATE POLICE (access required)

Sheila Breck appeals a judgment of the Circuit Court, which affirmed an administrative disciplinary ruling of the Maryland State Police. Because appellee failed to maintain a record of a critical portion of the hearing, we vacate the judgment and remand with instructions to remand to MSP for further proceedings

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JAMES DWYER ET AL. v. POTOMAC VALLEY NURSING AND WELLNESS CENTER, ET AL. (access required)

Did the circuit court err when it found that an individual was unable to manage her affairs effectively because of physical and mental disabilities, and that no less restrictive form of intervention is available that is consistent with her welfare and safety?

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