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Court Proceedings – 12/22
Posted by: admin on 2008-12-22
A look at daily and weekly assignments in Maryland’s courts: Maryland Court of Appeals Circuit Court for Baltimore City Baltimore City Orphans’ Court Baltimore County Orphans’ Court…
Category(s): Law
Court Proceedings – Maryland Court of Special Appeals
Posted by: admin on 2008-12-24
Chief Judge: Peter B. Krauser Associate Judges: Arrie W. Davis, Ellen L. Hollander, James P. Salmon, James R. Eyler, Deborah Sweet Eyler, Timothy E. Meredith, Patrick L. Woodward, Robert A. Zarnoch, Alexander Wright, Jr., Albert J. Matricciani, Jr., Kathryn G. Graeff Clerk: Leslie D. Gradet Phone: 410-260-1450 888-200-7444 (MD/DC/VA) FAX: 410-974-2285. MONDAY, DECEMBER 22,…
Category(s): Law
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….
Law Digest
Posted by: admin on 2005-12-28
COURT OF APPEALS Professional Responsibility, Attorney discipline: Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland v. Thomas W. Kinnane, Misc. Docket AG No. 74, September Term, 2004. Disbarment was appropriate where attorney entered an “Alford Plea” to theft charge and offered no mitigating circumstances. RecordFax No. 5-1223-20, 17 pages. Page 8B Professional Responsibility, Attorney discipline: Attorney Grievance…
Category(s): Law
Law Digest (92179)
Posted by: admin on 2005-12-28
COURT OF APPEALS Professional Responsibility, Attorney discipline: Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland v. Thomas W. Kinnane, Misc. Docket AG No. 74, September Term, 2004. Disbarment was appropriate where attorney entered an “Alford Plea” to theft charge and offered no mitigating circumstances. RecordFax No. 5-1223-20, 17 pages. Page 8B Professional Responsibility, Attorney discipline: Attorney Grievance…
Category(s): Law
Law digest: 1/9/12
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2012-01-08
MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS Administrative Law, LEOBR statute of limitations: After law enforcement officer knowingly made a material false statement during an investigation of prior misconduct, law enforcement agency had one year from the day the false statement came to its attention to bring an administrative charge against the officer for making that false…
Legal digest: 1/24/11
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2011-01-23
MARYLAND COURT OF SPECIAL APPEALS Criminal Law, Deposits on New Homes subtitle: The evidence was insufficient to support the defendants conviction for failing to deposit money into escrow in violation of the Deposits on New Homes subtitle, because that subtitle does not include construction loan transactions where the land and the new residential unit…
30 million Americans sign up to block telemarketers
Posted by: admin on 2003-08-06
<TAB>More than 30 million Americans have signed up for the government…
Category(s): Business
Landmark federal death sentence affirmed in triple slaying
Posted by: admin on 2003-12-22
A Laurel man was properly sentenced to die for his role in the 1996 murders of three women at Patuxent National Wildlife Refuge, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held yesterday. Dustin John Higgs, tried in U.S. District Court in Greenbelt in 2000, received the first federal death sentence from a Maryland jury since…
Category(s): Law
Landmark federal death sentence affirmed in triple slaying (106673)
Posted by: admin on 2003-12-22
A Laurel man was properly sentenced to die for his role in the 1996 murders of three women at Patuxent National Wildlife Refuge, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held yesterday. Dustin John Higgs, tried in U.S. District Court in Greenbelt in 2000, received the first federal death sentence from a Maryland jury…
Category(s): Law

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