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2015 Balto City Tax Sale
Posted by: Jason Whong on 2015-03-26
MMAAYYOORR AANNDD CCIITTYY CCOOUUNNCCIILL OOFF BBAALLTTIIMMOORREE TTAAXX SSAALLEE 22001155 PPRROOPPEERRTTYY LLIISSTT This listing includes properties with delinquent taxes and municipal liens, located in Baltimore City, that are scheduled for the sealed bid tax sale which will be held on May 18, 2015. Bidding will be conducted via an internet-based online sealed bid sale of…
Law digest – 1/14/15
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2015-01-14
MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS  Professional Responsibility, Indefinite suspension: Court of Appeals suspended indefinitely an attorney who violated Maryland Lawyers’ Rules of Professional Conduct by failing to communicate the scope of his representation and the amount of time billed to a client, failing to deposit an unearned retainer in a client trust account or escrow, and…
Opinions – 1/15/15: Maryland Court of Appeals
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2015-01-14
Professional Responsibility Indefinite suspension  BOTTOM LINE: Court of Appeals suspended indefinitely an attorney who violated Maryland Lawyers’ Rules of Professional Conduct by failing to communicate the scope of his representation and the amount of time billed to a client, failing to deposit an unearned retainer in a client trust account or escrow, and not responding…
Law digest – 12/24/14
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2014-12-24
MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS  Evidence, Expert testimony: Trial court erred by allowing a police officer, who was not qualified as an expert under Maryland Rule 5-702, to testify as to the location of the cell phone towers through which the defendants’ cell phone calls were routed as determined by his analysis of the defendants’ cell…
Opinions – 12/24/14: Maryland Court of Appeals
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2014-12-24
Evidence Expert testimony  BOTTOM LINE: Trial court erred by allowing a police officer, who was not qualified as an expert under Maryland Rule 5-702, to testify as to the location of the cell phone towers through which the defendants’ cell phone calls were routed as determined by his analysis of the defendants’ cell phone records,…
In re: Adoption/Guardianship of Dustin R.
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2014-12-22
The “Proposed Findings and Order” of the juvenile court, directing that Dustin R. should continue to receive services for his developmental disabilities once he turned 21, was not a final order from which an appeal could be taken…
TDR080414
Posted by: Dave Kuhn on 2014-08-04
Game for more A Baltimore County developer wants part of casino action. 3A Reversal 4th U.S. Circuit revives Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s suit 10A Monday, August 4, 2014 Volume 125 | Number 209 TheDailyRecord.com INDEX Auction sales 7B Calendar 6A Employment 11A News Briefs 4A Law Briefs ?A Litigation support 14A Lawyer to lawyer 15A…
Mariel Fiat v. Philippe Auffret
Posted by: Barbara Grzincic on 2012-08-08
Custody: modification: relocation of custodial parent CSA No. 1222, Sept. Term 2011. Unreported. Opinion by Meredith, J. Filed June 26, 2012. Appeal from Montgomery County….
Opinions – 6/4/12: Maryland Court of Appeals
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2012-06-03
Criminal Procedure Maryland Wiretapping and Electronic Surveillance Act BOTTOM LINE: Because the “listening post” where the law enforcement officers first heard communications intercepted from defendant’s cell phone was within the geographical jurisdiction of the circuit court issuing the ex parte wiretap order, the interception was proper under the Maryland Wiretapping and Electronic Surveillance Act. CASE:…
Category(s): Court of Appeals
Law digest: 2/21/12
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2012-02-20
MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS Civil Rights, Handicap discrimination under county code: Plaintiff’s latex allergy was an impairment which substantially limited her major life activities of socialization and parenting, and thus was a “handicap” within the meaning of the Howard County Code and, therefore, defendants’ failure to provide accommodations to plaintiff constituted discrimination in violation of…
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