Tag Archives: Judge Richard Y. AtLee Jr.

Appeal dismissed over attorney non-appearance (access required)

A claimant who was denied Medicaid coverage had her appeal dismissed because the attorney who appealed the decision was representing the claimant’s authorized representative, and not the claimant. Background Frances Lynch is a resident at Oakwood Health and Rehabilitation Center, ...

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Dealer’s relationship with customer established conspiracy (access required)

Where a defendant repeatedly purchased heroin from a single dealer and the dealer was aware of the defendant’s redistribution of the heroin and had an interest in keeping defendant as his customer, the defendant was properly convicted of a conspiracy ...

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Unlawful entry prompts reversal of marijuana conviction (access required)

After sniffing around doors and windows, officers concluded the strong odor of marijuana was coming from the defendant’s trailer. Though they obtained a warrant, the police had unlawfully entered the defendant’s property, leading to the overturning of his conviction. However, ...

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