Manning: Stepping back will help Stevenson move forward

Over the next few years, Stevenson University plans to continue its extensive transformation and growth with new construction on its Owings Mills campus, including a new, eight-story academic building and a parking garage that will allow existing parking lots to be converted into an open quad. But President Kevin J. Manning has decided he won’t …

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RONALD LINWOOD CLARK v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal procedure — Motion to suppress evidence — Electronic surveillance In January 2012, the Baltimore County Police Department began investigating Kristopher Dybas, for his suspected involvement in a cocaine distribution scheme. Approximately six months later, the police obtained Orders Authorizing the Interception of Wire Communications for telephone numbers belonging to appellant and his known supplier, …

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EDWARD THOMPSON, A/K/A EDWARD EUGENE SHANE v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal procedure — Closing argument by state — Prior convictions Appellant, Edward Thompson, was convicted by a jury in the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County of one count each of first degree burglary, third degree burglary, attempted burglary, and theft. The court sentenced appellant to serve twenty years of incarceration, all but fifteen years …

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MICHAEL I. COLEMAN v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal procedure — Motion to suppress evidence – Text messages from cell phone Michael I. Coleman, appellant, was convicted by a jury sitting in the Circuit Court for Kent County of possession of heroin with the intent to distribute, and three counts of possession: heroin, marijuana, and paraphernalia. Appellant asks the following four questions, which …

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LORETTA E. LITTLE v. GENERATION MORTGAGE COMPANY

Real property — Maryland Finder’s Fee Act — Conspiracy liability Loretta E. Little, appellant, sued Generation Mortgage Company, appellee, in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, alleging violations of the Maryland Finder’s Fee Act (“FFA”). The Circuit Court for Montgomery County granted appellee’s motion to dismiss 1 appellant’s amended complaint. In this appeal, appellant presents …

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DARRIUS STEWART v. JAMES WEBB, et al.

Civil procedure — Motion to defer dismissal — Right to a hearing The single question presented by this case is: how little may a plaintiff allege in a motion to defer dismissal under Rule 2-507(e) and still get a hearing under Rule 2-311(f)? Read the opinion here:  

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