Tag Archives: District court

“The Court Refuses to Honor my Appeal. What do I do now ?!?!”

Article by Paul J. Notarianni This article is a collection of forms a practitioner could use if they feel their notice of appeal was wrongly stricken. The Court Refuses to Honor my Appeal What do I do now Advertisements

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District Court Basic Forms and Pleas

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

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The Justice Reinvestment Act’s Impact on 8-505

  ABSTRACT: The 2016 Justice Reinvestment Act includes some drastic changes to Health General Sections 8-505 and 8-507.  This article is a supplement piece to a prior article on Health General Relief. It highlights the portions of the Justice Reinvestment … Continue reading

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Notes and Forms: Health General Sections 8-505; 8-506; and 8-507

Notes and Forms Article by Paul J. Notarianni ABSTRACT:  In a criminal matter, a sentencing judge has the power to order a defendant into the custody of the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to receive substance abuse treatment, rather … Continue reading

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Notes and Forms: Defending School Truancy Cases in the District Court of Maryland

Notes and Forms article by Paul J. Notarianni. ABSTRACT: This article is a collection of notes and draft forms regarding criminal defense of charges brought against parents for compulsory school attendance violations (Maryland Education Article 7-­301) Some of the more … Continue reading

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