State v. Blair – Sentencing/Probation

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND STATE OF MARYLAND VS.                                                                  Criminal No.:  112476 ELVIN BLAIR             Defendant STATE’S MEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT OF PROHIBITING THE DEFENDANT FROM HAVING CONTACT WITH KNOWN GANG MEMBERS COMES NOW the State of Maryland,

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MPJI-Cr 4:08

MPJI-Cr 4:08 The defendant[s] is [are] charged with the crime of conspiracy to commit the crime[s] of (crime(s) to which conspired). Conspiracy is an agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime. In order to convict the defendant[s]

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MPJI-Cr 6:01

MPJI-Cr 6:01 An accessory after the fact is a person who, with knowledge that a crime has been committed, assists the offender with the intent to hinder or prevent the offender’s arrest, prosecution, or trial. In order to convict the

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Accessory After the Fact

Criminal Law Article § 1-301.Accessory after the fact to a felony(a) Unless otherwise provided by law and except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a person who is convicted of being an accessory after the fact to a

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Accessory Before the Fact

Criminal Procedure Article§4–204.(a) In this section, the words “accessory before the fact” and “principal” have their judicially determined meanings.(b) Except for a sentencing proceeding under § 2–304 of the Criminal Law Article:(1) the distinction between an accessory before the fact

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MPJI-Cr 6:00

MPJI-Cr 6:00 The defendant may be guilty of (crime) as an accomplice, even though the defendant did not personally commit the acts that constitute that crime. In order to convict the defendant of (crime) as an accomplice, the State must

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Madrid v. State, __Md. App. __(10/1/2020)

9-804(a) prohibits a person from participating in a criminal gang knowing that the members of the gang engage in a pattern of criminal activity. This indicates that the person must have knowledge of the pattern of criminality of members of

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Maryland Rule 4-343

RULE 4-343. SENTENCING ((d) Reports of Defendant's Experts. Upon request by the State after the defendant has been found guilty of murder in the first degree, the defendant shall produce and permit the State to inspect and copy all written

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