Maryland Court of Special Appeals

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  • The Discovery Dispute And Its Effect On The Status As A Non Party

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    underlying litigation, all indicate that this Court should deny 50NL’s motion to compel. Unfortunately, while Md. Rule

  • The State V. Rusk

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    In the State v. Rusk, Defendant Rusk was found guilty by a jury of second-degree rape, however, there was no evidence of resistance. The question for the Court was whether there was sufficient evidence of apprehension on the part of the alleged victim such that the jury could find Defendant guilty. I will give the facts, issues,and court holdings for the case. Facts On the night in question,the victim and the defendant met at a bar. When the victim was ready to leave, the defendant ask for a ride

  • The Court Of Appeals Of Maryland

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    I: Case The Court of Appeals of Maryland Number 69 September Term, 2012. Glenn Joseph Raynor v. State of Maryland. Case number 12-K-08-001527. Argued: April 8, 2014. Decided: August 27, 2014 II. Case Summary This appeal evolved out of a 2006 rape case that occurred in Harford county Maryland. More than two years after the incident the victim identified Glenn Joseph Raynor, hereby known as petitioner, as a possible suspect. After departing a voluntary police interview in which petitioner ultimately

  • Co-Owners And Hannon Case Study

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    Assuming, arguendo, that there was a special relationship between the Co-Owners and Hannon—there was not—Byrne fails to plead facts sufficient to show that the Co-Owners Owed Byrne a duty. Critically, the presence of a special relationship is merely a necessary, and not a sufficient, condition required to demonstrate the presence of a legally cognizable duty. In addition to a special relationship, Byrne must also plead facts sufficient to demonstrate that the probability of potential harm and the

  • Case Case Study : Bus 80

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    Brief Case Name: Norkunas v. Cochran, 398 Md. 1; 919 A. 2d 700, Court of Appeals of Maryland, 2007. Facts: The case arose over the prospective purchase of a residence in Baltimore, Maryland. Buyers Rebecca Cochran, Robert Cochran, Hope Grove and Robert Grove sought to buy property from seller Eileen Norkunas. The buyers presented to Ms. Norkunas a letter of intent where they specified that the two parties would execute a standard Maryland Realtors contract to finalize the purchase. The parties signed

  • Anacostia Riverkeeper

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    Maryland Department of the Environment v. Anacostia Riverkeeper Kelsey McRoberts Slippery Rock University INTRODUCTION In 2013, Anacostia Riverkeeper, an organization devoted to restoring the Anacostia River, challenged a permit issued in 2010 by the Maryland Department of Environment (MDE). The MDE issued a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer (MS4) permit to Montgomery County, Maryland (Edwards, 2015). MS4 systems fall under the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) National

  • Letter Of Intent : Eileen W. Norkunas

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    owner of a property known as 835 McHenry Street, Baltimore, Maryland, and Rebecca Cochran, who is the plaintiff, along with Robert Cochran and Robert and Hope Grove, were interested in buying her property. The Buyers, aided by a Real estate agent, send a letter of intent to the Seller, indicating the terms for the offer. The Letter of Intent stated the Buyers proposal to buy the property, and also specified that a standard Maryland Realtors contract would be delivered to the Seller within

  • Maryland versus Pringle, 540 U.S. 366 (2003)

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    Maryland v. Pringle, 540 U.S. 366 (2003) Citation: Maryland v. Pringle, 540 U.S. 366; 124 S. Ct. 795; 157 L. Ed. 2d 769; 2003 U.S. LEXIS 9198 Facts Maryland police officers pulled a vehicle over for speeding at approximately 3am on 7 August 1999. The police officers found three men in the vehicle. The driver was Donte Partlow, the front seat passenger and defendant Joseph Pringle, and the backseat passenger Otis Smith. One of the police officers asked the owner and driver of the vehicle for

  • Debt Vs Decedent

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    decedent’s estate. This is so notwithstanding the fact that the State of Maryland is within the class of entities that that a nominal bond secures. Stated differently, although the nominal bond secures the decedent’s debts to the State, the bond does not secure debts to the state that accrewed after the decedent’s

  • Case Citation : Maryland V. Pringle 540 U.s. Essay

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    Case Citation: Maryland v. Pringle 540 U.S. 366 (2003) Parties: The State of Maryland, Appellant / Appellee, Joseph Jermaine Pringle / Plaintiff / Appellants Facts: August 7, 1999, a car occupied by three men, Donte Partlow (driver and owner of vehicle) accused Pringle (front seat passenger), and Otis Smith riding in the back seat, were ultimately pulled over by a police officer for driving over the speed limit. Upon the officer approaching the vehicle, he asked to see Partlow’s license and