Courthouse Calendar

The courthouse calendar will carry guilty, not guilty, NP and stet verdicts.

NP (nolle prosequi): A formal entry upon the record by the prosecuting officer in a criminal case by which he declares that he “will no further prosecute” the case.

Stet: Stay of a decision that may not be entered over the defendant’s objection and may be reinstated within the year for trial at the request of either party. After one year’s time, it may be rescheduled only upon good cause shown.

The only district court motor vehicle cases that are published here are those related to impaired driving.

 Circuit Court

Judge Harris P. Murphy

Aug. 16, 2019

Suzette Conyers, 47, Rock Hall. Obtain drug by fraud (two counts). The defendant enters an Alford plea to both counts. She is found guilty on both counts. The following charges are dismissed: conspiracy to distribute a narcotic (two counts); possession of a narcotic with intent to distribute (two counts); conspiracy to possess a narcotic with intent to distribute (two counts); and illegal possession of a prescription with an intent to distribute (four counts).

Judge Harris P. Murphy

Aug. 30, 2019

Kyle Alexander Tyler Temple, 27, Chestertown. Credit card, steal another's. Plea guilty. Verdict guilty. The defendant is sentenced to 18 months in jail. The following charges are dismissed: credit card of another, charge $100 to less than $1,500; theft, $100 to less than $1,500; theft, less than $100 (two counts); theft scheme, $100 to less than $1,500; and being a rogue and a vagabond.

Kyle Alexander Tyler Temple, 27, Chestertown. Theft, $100 to less than $1,500. Plea guilty. Verdict guilty. The defendant is sentenced to six months in jail. The following charges are dismissed: trespass, private property (two counts); and theft, $100 to less than $1,500.

Kyle Alexander Tyler Temple, 27, Chestertown. Theft, $100 to less than $1,500. Plea guilty. Verdict guilty. The defendant is sentenced to six months in jail.

Kyle Alexander Tyler Temple, 27, Chestertown. Burglary, fourth-degree theft. Plea guilty. Verdict guilty. The defendant is sentenced to three years in the Division of Correction. Theft, $1,500 to less than $25,000. Plea guilty. Verdict guilty. The defendant is sentenced to five years in the Division of Correction, with all but 18 months suspended. Upon release from incarceration, he is to be placed on five years of supervised probation. He is to pay restitution of $1,616.96. The following charges are dismissed: theft, less than $100 (two counts); burglary, first degree; burglary, third degree; burglary, fourth-degree dwelling; credit card, steal another's; credit card of another's, charge less than $100; obtain property by counterfeit, less than $100; credit card, less than $100; false credit card charge goods, less than $100; being a rogue and a vagabond; and unauthorized removal of a motor vehicle.

Kyle Alexander Tyler Temple, 27, Chestertown. Burglary, fourth-degree dwelling. Plea guilty. Verdict guilty. The defendant is sentenced to three years in the Division of Correction. Credit card, steal another's. Plea guilty. Verdict guilty. The defendant is sentenced to 18 months in jail, suspended. The following charges are dismissed: burglary, first degree; burglary, third degree; theft scheme, $100 to less than $1,500; credit card, steal another's (two counts); and credit card of another's, charge $100 to less than $1,500 (two counts).

Kyle Alexander Tyler Temple, 27, Chestertown. Credit card of another's, charge $100 to less than $1,500. Plea guilty. Verdict guilty. The defendant is sentenced to one year in jail, suspended. The following charges are dismissed: credit card, steal another's; theft, $100 to less than $1,500 (two counts); and credit card of another's, $100 to less than $1,500.

Kyle Alexander Tyler Temple, 27, Chestertown. Theft, $100 to less than $1,500. Plea guilty. Verdict guilty. The defendant is sentenced to jail for one year, suspended. The following charge is dismissed: being a rogue and a vagabond.

 

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