Volume 36, Number 1, Fall 2005
Comment: When Considering Whether Prior Criminal Convictions Are Admissible in Subsequent Civil Proceedings as a Hearsay Exception, Should Maryland Keep Its Kuhl or Take a Walk on the Wald Side?
Recent Developments: Beyond Sys., Inc. v. Realtime Gaming Holding Co.: A Maryland Court Cannot Exercise Personal Jurisdiction over an out-of-State Defendant Based Solely on the Existence of Defendant's Internet Website or Link
Recent Developments: Downes v. Downes: A Court Does Not Have Discretion to Grant a Surviving Spouse an Additional Extension of Time in Which to Elect the Statutory Share if a Previous Extension Expired Prior to the New Request
Brooke Marli Hytovitz
Recent Developments: Moore v. State: A Person Who Downloads Child Pornography Using a Computer, Absent Any Involvement in Its Creation or Distribution, Does Not Commit a Felony in Violation of Section 11-207(A)(3) of the Criminal Law Article
Kate E. Stewart
Recent Developments: Reichs Ford Rd. Joint Venture v. State Rds. Comm'n of the State Highway Admin: During the Exercise of Eminent Domain, Damages Incurred from a Condemnor's Pre-Condemnation Conduct Eventually Resulting in Formal Condemnation Proceedings Can Generally Be Calculated as Part of the Condemnation Award's "Fair Market Value"
McEvan H. Baum
Recent Developments: Rhaney v. University of Maryland Eastern Shore: A Landlord Does Not Owe His Tenant a Duty to Control the Tortious Acts of a Third Person Provided the Acts Are Not Foreseeable
Recent Developments: Smith v. State: Defense Counsel Is Entitled to Comment on the Challenges of Cross-Racial Identification at Closing Argument When the Sole Basis for Conviction Is Eyewitness Testimony