Maryland Courts

PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI

September Term, 2005

 

Granted July 26, 2006

Artavius Donnell Cox v. State of Maryland - Case No. 39, September Term 2006.

ISSUE - CRIMINAL LAW - WAS THE ENCOUNTER BETWEEN THE POLICE OFFICERS AND DEFENDANT CONSENSUAL AND, THUS, NOT A FOURTH AMENDMENT STOP?

Storetrax.com, Inc. v. Joshua Gurland - Case No. 40, September Term 2006.

ISSUE - CORPORATION - DID THE CORPORATE DIRECTOR BREACH HIS FIDUCIARY DUTIES TO THE INSOLVENT CORPORATION?

J.P. Delphey Limited Partnership v. Mayor and City of Frederick, Case No. 41, September Term 2006.

ISSUE - MUNICIPALITIES - DID THE CITY COUNCIL VIOLATE MARYLAND LAW BY CONDEMNING REAL PROPERTY AT A CLOSED EXECUTIVE SESSION?

George Junior Spry v. State of Maryland - Case No. 42, September Term 2006.

ISSUE - CRIMINAL LAW - WAS THE EVIDENCE SUFFICIENT TO SHOW THAT THE DEFENDANT WILLFULLY FAILED TO OBEY A POLICE ORDER TO LEAVE THE SCENE?

Rebecca Cochran, et al v. Eileen W. Norkunas - Case No. 43, September Term 2006.

ISSUE - CONTRACTS - IN A REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION DID A LETTER OF INTENT AND A SUBSEQUENT PACKAGE OF DOCUMENTS BOTH SIGNED BY THE SELLER CONSTITUTE SINGLY OR COLLECTIVELY A BINDING ENFORCEABLE AGREEMENT?

Frank Conaway, et al v. Gitanjali Deane, et al. - Case No. 44, September Term 2006.

ISSUE - MARYLAND CONSTITUTION - DOES MARYLAND LAW PROHIBIT THE MARRIAGE OF TWO PERSONS OF THE SAME GENDER?

Christopher Hill v. Daniel Knapp - Case No. 45, September Term 2006.

ISSUE - LONGSHORE AND HARBOR WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT (LHWCA) - DOES THE LHWCA PREEMPT THE MARYLAND WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW AS IT RELATES TO ALLOWANCE OF INDEPENDENT THIRD PARTY CLAIMS AGAINST CO-EMPLOYEES?

Earl S. Center v. Frank Oyenuga, et al. - Case No. 46, September Term 2006.

ISSUE - JUDGMENTS - DID A CIRCUIT COURT ORDER PROVIDING FOR A POSSIBLE $50.00 PER DIEM FEE CONSTITUTE A MONEY JUDGMENT SUBJECT TO A WRIT OF EXECUTION BY LEVY?

Department of Health and Mental Hygiene v. Anthony Kelly - Case No. 47, September Term 2006.

ISSUE - MENTAL HEALTH - MUST AN INVOLUNTARY PSYCHIATRIC PATIENT BE A DANGER TO HIMSELF OR TO THE PERSON OR PROPERTY OF OTHERS INSIDE THE FACILITY BEFORE HE CAN BE FORCIBLY MEDICATED?

Denied July 28, 2006

Balamar v. Hagen - Pet. Docket No. 95*
Beltram v. Morsberger - Pet. Docket No. 24*
Booker v. Booker - Pet. Docket No. 164*
Fulbright, Jerry E. v. State - Pet. Docket No. 152*
Goldsmith v. National Motors - Pet. Docket No. 142*
Gray, Derk Lamont v. State - Pet. Docket No. 154*
Henry v. Lawyers Title - Pet. Docket No. 163*
Kanu v. Eight O'Clock Coffee - Pet. Docket No. 383*
Long Meadow v. Druid Ridge - Pet. Docket No. 155*
Maslow v. Vanguri - Pet. Docket No. 171*
McDermott v. Bowie - Pet. Docket No. 490
Miles, Dante Maurice v. State - Pet. Docket No. 165*
Mirabile v. Bierman - Pet. Docket No. 157*
Moore, Robert Lee Sr. v. State - Pet. Docket No. 597
Pressley, Calvin v. State - Pet. Docket No. 156*
Shields v. Shields - Pet. Docket No. 158*
Smith v. Burch - Pet. Docket No. 169*
Talley v. Gouge - Pet. Docket No. 150*
Taylor, John H. v. State - Pet. Docket No. 133*
Walker v. Dept. of Corrections - Pet. Docket No. 159*
Walker v. Dept. of Corrections - Pet. Docket No. 160*
Wilds v. WMATA - Pet. Docket No. 20*
Williams, Philip Adjei v. State - Pet. Docket No. 161*
Wilmot v. Howard - Pet. Docket No. 168*



* September Term 2006