The last four opinions from Maryland’s appellate courts:
- Wasserman v. Kay: commercial case involving Bernie Madoff victims
- Matthews v. State: I love this line from this case: “What seems at first to be a legal problem frequently turns out to be a linguistic or a semantic problem. On this appeal, we come face to face with the enigma that an illegal sentence is not always an illegal sentence. We do not mean this as doubletalk. “
- Kenan Cappel v. Riaso: confessed judgment case
- Bonfiglio v. Fitzgerald: domestic case involving a QDRO. I knew what a QDRO was before the bar; I think. Now, I have no clue.