Smallwood V. State Case Study

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Smallwood v. State Opinion # 1 The trial court charged Dwight Ralph Smallwood of assault with intent to commit murder, reckless endangerment and attempted murder. This was based as a results of Smallwood’s knowledge of him being diagnosed with the Human Immunodeficiency virus and intentional spread it by raping the three woman. Opinion # 2 Dwight Ralph Smallwood appealed to the Maryland’s highest court that there is no prove that he intended to kill his victims. According to appeal court Smallwood knew he had the virus, knows the dangers linked to the virus, knows how to prevent the spread of the virus which is to have protected sex but ignored it. The state will give the Smallwood a chance to make his case, which will make the court
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