University of Baltimore Law Review


In Mullaney v. Wilbur, the Supreme Court held the common law presumption of murder operating in homicide cases to be unconstitutional as a denial of due process. This article focuses on the seminal Maryland case under Mullaney and surveys the effects of this and other Maryland decisions involving the presumption of murder.

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