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SEBASTIAN K. ASENEH v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Under the circumstances of this case, a proper assessment and balancing of the Barker factors lead us to conclude that Aseneh’s constitutional speedy trial right under the Sixth Amendment was violated. The delay was of a constitutional dimension; the reasons for the delay, if not neutral, were more often chargeable to the State; Aseneh regularly asserted his right to a speedy trial; and although the delay did not cause prejudice to Aseneh’s defense, it did cause prejudice to his person.

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Larry R. Brooks v. Charlene P. Brooks

I. Did the trial court have jurisdiction over the second supplemental counterclaim where wife failed to file a financial statement prior to trial, husband did not file an answer, and wife never sought a judgment by default? II. Did the trial court err when it refused to dismiss the supplemental counterclaim under the doctrine of res judicata or, in the alternative, collateral estoppel? III. Did the trial court err in ordering husband to pay back pendente lite alimony under a 2004 order after the case was closed and the order expired?

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CLIFFORD ANTHONY JACKSON v. CIRCUIT COURT FOR ANNE ARUNDEL CO.

Appellant is an inmate at the Jessup Correctional Institution. In April 2013, Jackson’s parole was revoked and 750 diminution credits were rescinded, from which he appealed to the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County In this appeal, the only issue before us is whether the court abused its discretion in denying his motion to reconsider the previous denial of his fee waiver request.

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