University of Baltimore Law Review


This article examines and compares Maryland and federal constitutional law regarding access to judicial relief for violations of individual civil rights. The author collects the significant constitutional provisions, statutes, and cases and provides a framework for analyzing possible obstacles to judicial relief when constitutional issues are presented in state or federal court.

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