2001-E/F Commerce Park Drive
Annapolis, Maryland 21401
January 14, 2016
Pre-Trial Motions Hearing for
State of Maryland v. Alicia White, Edward Nero, Garrett Miller, and Brian Rice
on January 20, 2016
A pre-trial motions hearing for State of Maryland v. Alicia White, Edward Nero, Garrett Miller, and Brian Rice regarding:
- Defendant Alicia White’s Motion to Strike Court’s Order Compelling Officer Porter’s Testimony During Her Trial
- State’s Motion to Compel a Witness to Testify Pursuant to Section 9-123 of the Courts and Judicial Proceedings Article
The Hon. Barry G. Williams, presiding judge
Wednesday, January 20, 2016, at 2 p.m.
Circuit Court for Baltimore City
111 N. Calvert Street, Courtroom 234
Baltimore, MD 21202
A limited amount of courtroom seating will be reserved for the media for the hearing. Media representatives who registered for the Porter trial do not need to register again for this hearing. Media seats in the courtroom will be reserved on a first-come, first-served, one media representative per media outlet basis until the reserved space is filled. Media representatives must arrive by 12:30 p.m. in order to be seated.
Overflow seating will be made available as space for the media and the public permits. A live closed-circuit audio/video feed will be provided in the overflow room. The use of electronic devices, including cell phones, cameras, and audio or video recording or transmitting equipment is prohibited inside the courtroom and the overflow room.
Photography and videography are prohibited inside of the courthouse.
A designated media room will be provided, where electronic devices may be used. All media interviews must be conducted outside of the courthouse. Photography, videography, and interviews are prohibited in the media room.
Wi-Fi is not available in the courthouse. Media representatives should bring their own Wi-Fi connection devices.
Parking will be prohibited around the courthouse. Parking restrictions will be strictly enforced.
A staging area for media trucks will be located at City Hall Plaza. Media representatives must not block pedestrian walkways and sidewalks and cannot restrict any public areas for media use.
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