In Re Schmalfeldt v. Hoge

Today, my lawyer is filing our answer the Schmalfeldt’s Supplement to Petition for Writ of Certiorari with the Maryland Court of Appeals. The answer notes a technical deficiency in Schmalfeldt’s filings and points out errors of fact and law in his Supplement. Neither my attorney nor I plan to make any further comment about pending matters relating to Schmalfeldt’s appeal until the Court of Appeals has ruled on that matter.

10 thoughts on “In Re Schmalfeldt v. Hoge


    • I don’t believe so. However, a lien can be placed on his personal property and all of it seized until the lien is fulfilled.


    • Hallelujah! Actually, he is accusing Zoa Barnes and WJJH of doing so, and conveniently provides only excerpts of motions out of context, instead of the full document. I’m calling baloney on this one.

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