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Daily Archives: April 7, 2008

Urban eyesores in Baltimore

On my morning commute into work, I’ve recently noticed a fair amount of empty lots lining South Charles Street. In the midst of a slumping real estate market and rampant murmurs about the economy involving the “R” word — recession ...

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Law Blog round-up

Good afternoon! Here are some law links to start your week: At Psychology Today’s blog, a psychologist writes about how the documented mental health problems of Mark Castillo, who admitted to drowning his three children in a hotel bathtub last ...

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Pakistani court’s divorce ruling contested

A seemingly divided Court of Appeals on Monday heard arguments on whether lower Maryland courts correctly overturned a Pakistani divorce decree and ordered an ex-husband to split his pension with his ex-wife, who has lived in Maryland for the past 23 years.

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Family sues over Army vet killed by police

The family of an Afghanistan war veteran who was shot and killed after a prolonged standoff with police in December 2006 has filed a federal lawsuit against the Maryland State Police as well as the officers and counties involved, alleging they employed overaggressive tactics to end the confrontation.

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