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Maryland Code, Courts and Judicial Proceedings § 12-201

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Except as provided in § 12-202 of this subtitle, in any case or proceeding pending in or decided by the Court of Special Appeals upon appeal from a circuit court or an orphans' court or the Maryland Tax Court, any party, including the State, may file in the Court of Appeals a petition for certiorari to review the case or proceeding.  The petition may be filed either before or after the Court of Special Appeals has rendered a decision, but not later than the time prescribed by the Maryland Rules.  In a case or proceeding described in this section, the Court of Appeals also may issue the writ of certiorari on its own motion.

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