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GARY STOKES v. STATE OF MARYLAND

By twice indicating his acceptance and satisfaction with the jury as empaneled, without qualification, appellant waived appellate review of his claim that the State exercised its peremptory challenges in violation of Batson; however, his convictions should have merged for sentencing purposes.

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WINIFRED J. BOOKER v. JAMES LAWRENCE KERNAN HOSPITAL, INC. et al.

Appellant alleged breach of contract, breach of an implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, negligence, and other misconduct by Kernan Hospital, Inc., and others. Kernan successfully raised the defense of immunity under state and federal law.

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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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