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TROY JAQUAN GEE v. STATE OF MARYLAND

1. Did the court below err by denying Appellant’s motion to dismiss based on a violation of his constitutional right to a speedy trial? 2. Did the court below err by excluding evidence crucial to Appellant’s defense under the Maryland rape shield statute? 3. Is the evidence legally insufficient to sustain Appellant’s convictions?

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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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TREVIN JENKINS v. STATE OF MARYLAND

The State did not introduce evidence sufficient to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Mr. Jenkins used a handgun in the shooting; his conviction for use of a handgun in the commission of a crime of violence is reversed.

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JAMONTE FLETCHER v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Appellant argues that a reasonable person would not feel free to leave when the officers approached him and activated their emergency lights on their patrol cars. The officer’s show of authority did not ripen into a seizure because the officers had not restrained appellant physically nor had appellant submitted to the officers’ show of authority.

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JULIAN DOMINQUE FREEMAN v. STATE OF MARYLAND

The State presented evidence that appellant and members of a gang from Dover were involved in an early morning fight on the Ocean City boardwalk. The central issue at trial was whether appellant participated, along with other members of a Dover gang, in assaulting two victims.

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