Just before the coronavirus shut the world down, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals issued an interesting unreported opinion in a premises liability case in Montogmery Counrty that looks at voir dire in Maryland, an issue that has always interested me in Smith v. Rollins Real Estate.
The case itself is pretty boring. It is slip and fall on the way to a restaurant case. A woman gets dropped off at the door. She rolls her foot getting out and blames a separation in the sidewalk. It is not a case I would ever take.