Maryland Courts

GRANTED PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI

September Term, 2002

 

Granted July 28, 2003

Michael Seipp v. Baltimore City Board of ELections, et al - Case No. 145, September Term 2002.

Kurt H. Richardson v. State of Maryland - Case No. 41, September Term 2003.

ISSUE - CRIMINAL LAW - WHETHER A VIDEO ADVISING A DEFENDANT OF HIS RIGHTS UNDER MARYLAND RULE 4-215 AS OPPOSED TO A LIVE ON THE RECORD INQUIRY SATISFIES THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE THE RULE.

Maryland Commission of Judicial Disablities v. Phuong Ly - Case No. 42, September Term 2003.

ISSUE - JUDGES - DID THE COMMISSION IN ISSUING A SUBPOENA TO A WITNESS COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE MARYLAND SHIELD LAW?

Katherine Rose Fox v. Vincent Wills - Case No. 43, September Term 2003.

ISSUE - ATTORNEY MALPRACTICE - WAS AN ATTORNEY ACTING AS A GUARDIAN AD LITEM IMMUNE FROM A MALPRACTICE SUIT?

Laney, Richmond C. v. State of Maryland  - Case No. 44, September Term 2003.

ISSUE - CRIMINAL LAW - DID THE REPEATED WARRANTLESS SEARCHES OF A RESIDENCE BASED ON TIPS OF EXPLOSIVES AND WEAPONS INSIDE VIOLATE THE FOURTH AMENDMENT?

Supervisor of Assessments of Anne Arundel County, Maryland v. Hartge Yacht Yard, Inc. - Case No. 45, September Term 2003.

ISSUE - TAXATION - ARE MOORING BUOYS PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN A MARYLAND WATERWAY TAXABLE TO THE OWNER OF THE BUOYS AS REAL PROPERTY?

Michael J. Salamon v. Progressive Classix Insurance Company - Case No. 46, September Term 2003.

ISSUE - INSURANCE - DOES AN INSURANCE POLICY EXCLUDING FROM COVERAGE ACCIDENTS OCCURING WHILE THE DRIVER IS DELIVERING FOOD FOR A FEE VIOLATE MARYLAND PUBLIC POLICY?