Martin Brennan, 57, of the block of Sykesville Road, has been incarcerated since a jury returned a guilty verdict on April 9 after three days of testimony. The larceny of the vehicle was too remote in time and distance from the escape; at best the degree of causality between the two incidents was de minimus. When the several offenses are so connected in point of time or circumstances that one cannot be fully shown without proving the other, and to show a passion or propensity for illicit sexual relations with the particular person concerned in the crime on trial; and to prove other like crimes by the accused so nearly identical in method as to earmark them as the handiwork of the accused. Martin was charged by indictment with several offenses relating to this incident. Later, upon being shown an array of pictures, she positively identified the picture of Martin as the driver of the car and the picture of William Hayes as the man with the gun. Public defender Judson Larrimore, who represented Brennan at the sentencing hearing, also argued that Brennan did not receive a fair trial because he spent the months leading up to trial preparing with one attorney but learned that Kim would be representing him the day before trial because his attorney had just discovered a conflict of interest. Kim, who represented Brennan at trial, emphasized to the jury that the attempted blackmail was a reason not to believe the victim's family members when they testified. Nathan Lee Martin, 39, was convicted Thursday in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court of sex abuse of a minor, fourth-degree sex offense by a person in a position of authority, fourth-degree And I would suggest that is properly admissible in the case, and I intend to offer it. This evidence served no legitimate need of the prosecution. The trial court examined the 10 photographs in question and found that five of them depicted men with facial hair.