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Commonwealth of PA v. Adam Jay Stewart

Case no.: CP-36-MD-1267-2015 | Case name: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Adam Jay Stewart | Date: 02-16-2016
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Commonwealth v. Stewart – CP-36-MD-1267-2015 — Reinaker, J. – FEBRUARY 16, 2016 – Criminal – Defendant appealed the denial of his motion to appeal nunc pro tunc. The Court found Defendant’s request for a nunc pro tunc appeal was not appropriate. 2016_CP_CP-36-MD-1267-2015_Commonwealth-v-Steewart_20160216_OP_Reinaker

Commonwealth of PA v. Adam Morning Star Lynch

Case no.: 0961-2014 | Case name: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Adam Morning Star Lynch | Date: 09-14-2015
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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA v. LYNCH – No. 0961-2014 – Ashworth, J. – September 14, 2015 – Criminal – Arson – Kidnapping – Homicide – Guilty Plea – Life Without Parole – Post Conviction Collateral Relief – Ineffective Assistance of Counsel – Validity of Plea – Legality of Sentence. 2015_CR_0961-2014_Commonwealth-Lynch_20150914_OP_Ashworth

Commonwealth of PA v. Akeem Washington

Case no.: CP-36-CR-152-2015 | Case name: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Akeem Washington | Date: 01-21-2016
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Commonwealth v. Washington – No. 152-2015 — Reinaker, J. – January 21, 2016 – Criminal – Defendant appealed his Terroristic Threats conviction based on the sufficiency of the evidence. The Court found sufficient evidence to support the conviction. 2016_CR_152-2015_Commonwealth-v-Washington_20160121_OP_Reinaker

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