- Court Overturns 2002 Murder Conviction.
- Post, 21 Apr 2006 (Castenada).
. . . Maryland's highest appellate court on Wednesday overturned the conviction of a man found guilty by a Prince George's jury in the fatal shooting of a Suitland man in 2002.
The state Court of Appeals threw out the conviction of Gemar Clemons, who was found guilty in Circuit Court of second-degree murder and use of a handgun in the commission of a felony in the Jan. 8, 2002, killing of Kenya Bryant.
Clemons was sentenced to 42 years in prison in February 2004. . . .
- Court of Appeals Throws Out Convictions in Prince George's Murder.
- wjla.com, 13 Apr 2006 (AP).
The Maryland Court of Special Appeals has thrown out the convictions of a Prince George's man convicted of killing a couple at a Bladensburg animal hospital . . . Two juries have convicted Robert Angel Perez and Thomas Jefferson Gordon the Third of killing a veterinarian and his wife in 1999, but all four convictions have been overturned. . . .