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RICHARD LARRY HORNBERGER v. STATE OF MARYLAND

I. Was the evidence sufficient to sustain appellant’s convictions for: A) stalking, and B) harassment? II. Did the trial court err when it failed to state on the record that appellant’s waiver of his right to a jury trial was knowing and voluntary as required under Md. Rule 4-246(b)

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Katelynn Michelle Gallagher v. State of Maryland

I. Did the trial court err by accepting appellant’s waiver of her right to a jury trial where the court failed to ensure that she was acting knowingly? II. Did the trial court err in convicting appellant of speeding and driving on a revoked and suspended license where appellant acted out of necessity caused by a medical emergency?

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Langley Eugene Willis v. State of Maryland

1. Must the convictions in this case be reversed because the trial court failed to “determine[] and announce[] on the record” that appellant’s waiver of his right to a jury trial was made knowingly and voluntarily, as required by Maryland Rule 4-246 (b)? 2. Is the evidence sufficient to sustain appellant’s convictions for resisting arrest, second degree escape, and possession of equipment used to produce controlled dangerous substances?

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Brandon Cash Morris v. State of Maryland

1. Must Mr. Morris’s conviction be reversed in light of the fact that the trial court failed to make an on the record finding, as required by Maryland Rule 4-246, that Mr. Morris’s waiver of his right to a jury trial was made knowingly and voluntarily? 2. Did the trial court err when it denied Mr. Morris’s motion to suppress?

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