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Category Archives: —- Paul Notarianni
This is a sample motion for an interlocutory appeal in a criminal case arising from a denied motion to enforce a plea agreement. It was drafted by Paul J. Notarianni. NOTICE OF APPEAL COMES NOW: The above captioned … Continue reading
Description: Below is the argument section for a motion to enforce a plea agreement. It was drafted by Paul J. Notarianni. For this scenario, the relevant facts are as follows. A defendant was charged with a crime. At the initial … Continue reading
TA 21-301 (a) [Drafted by Paul Notarianni, 2017] Failure to Drive Right of Center The Defendant is charged with the crime of failure to drive right of center. In order to find the Defendant guilty, the state must prove: The … Continue reading
Brief Brief. State v. Sullivan, 407 Md. 493 (2009) Holding: “The Court of Appeals, Greene, J., held that defendant did not have a “privilege to drive” in Maryland that could be “revoked,” and thus defendant could not be convicted of … Continue reading
Brief Brief General v. State, 367 Md. 475 (2002). Issue: Mistake of Fact is a recognized defense and, when generated, must be presented to the jury. Background: Defendant was convicted of failure to remain at the scene of an accident … Continue reading
No Declared Stingrays in Allegany County Across the United States, law enforcement agencies have being using devices, commonly called “Stingrays,” to conduct surveillance on civilian populations. These devices are purported to mimic cell phone towers to track phones and, potentially, … Continue reading
This piece contains some of the basics for criminal practice in the District Court of Maryland. The forms and plea litany in this document are bare bones; Entry of Appearance, Discovery, Jury Trial Prayer, Chemist Demand, Bond Review, Appeal, etc. They are … Continue reading