Wilkins v. State of Maryland

Brief of Appellant Ralph Edward Wilkins


This is an Appellate Brief for a Post-Conviction Matter that I completed while in law school when I practiced pursuant to Rule 16, governing admission to the Maryland Bar.

The issue addressed was whether the defendant was entitled to a new sentencing hearing because the sentencing court erroneously believed it could not suspend any part of the life sentence it imposed on him?

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Reference Info:Appellate Brief | State, 4th Circuit, Maryland | United States

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