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Maryland Appeals Court Finds Woman Waived Continuing Objection Over Fraud Evidence

Mealey's (September 13, 2017, 9:17 AM EDT) -- ANAPOLIS, Md. — A Maryland appeals court panel on Sept. 11 ruled that a trial court did not err when admitting evidence related to a woman’s fraudulent insurance claim for jewelry that was allegedly stolen, finding that she waived her right to appellate review because her attorney did not renew the objection after evidence outside of the claim was admitted (Phanta U. Daramy v. Maryland, No. 1373, September Term 2016, Md. Spec. App., 2017 Md. App. LEXIS 926).

(Opinion available.  Document #20-170915-033Z.)

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