Daily Archives: April 5, 2010

High court won’t hear illegal entry suit

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court won’t hear an appeal from two police officers who wanted the courts to throw out a lawsuit that accused them of illegally entering a man’s house without a warrant following a hit-and-run accident. The high ...

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Audit probes prison care in Md.

More than two years after a critical audit of health care for state prison inmates, and six months after the state reached an agreement in longstanding federal litigation over the issue, a follow-up audit published Monday reports progress but also ...

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Government offers new aid for short-sellers

WASHINGTON — The government launched a new effort on Monday to speed up the time-consuming, often-frustrating process of selling your home if you owe more than it’s worth. The Obama administration will give $3,000 for moving expenses to homeowners who ...

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More than 300K iPads sold on opening day

Apple Inc. said Monday that it delivered more than 300,000 iPads on its opening day, meeting expectations of some analysts while underscoring the challenges the company still faces marketing the device beyond early adopters. The total seemed modest given the ...

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Court: Expert fees discoverable

Trial judges can order expert witnesses to surrender records of their income derived from testifying, Maryland’s top court held unanimously Monday. Such records may be necessary to enable opposing counsel, on cross-examination, to show the witnesses’ pecuniary bias, the Court ...

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