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Litigation Paralegal

Levin & Gann seeks litigation paralegal for family law, P.I. and medical malpractice. Proficiency with complex discovery, medical and financial records management and interacting with adjustors, CMS and court staff essential. Adobe Professional and Word or WordPerfect skills required. Min. ...

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Scott Attman | ACME PAPER & SUPPLY

Scott Attman | ACME PAPER & SUPPLY

Scott Attman, regional sales director at Acme Paper & Supply Co., a Mid-Atlantic packaging distributor, has been elected to the board of the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington. Acme has been an active allied member of RAMW for over 15 ...

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Brian Kuebler | WMAR ABC2 NEWS

Brian Kuebler | WMAR ABC2 NEWS

WMAR ABC2 News Investigative Reporter Brian Kuebler is being honored with a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for excellence in writing for the third time in the last four years. This year’s award is for  “Ping Pong Plaza,” which examined ...

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Iris Pope | BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY

Iris Pope | BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY

Iris Pope has joined Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Homesale Realty as a Realtor and member of the SP Internationale Team. Pope will specialize in residential sales throughout Baltimore and Baltimore County, including downtown Baltimore. She has previous sales experience in the ...

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JONAH D. DANCY v. STATE OF MARYLAND

After a jury trial in the Circuit Court for Harford County, Jonah Dawshawn Dancy, appellant, (“Dancy”), was convicted of robbery with a dangerous weapon, robbery, reckless endangerment, second-degree assault, and theft of property having a value of less than $100. ...

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ANTHONY GREEN v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Anthony Green, appellant, was convicted by a jury sitting in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City of attempted robbery with a deadly weapon and first-degree assault. He was sentenced by the court to two concurrent terms of 14 years of incarceration. Appellant raises three questions on appeal: I. Did the hearing court err when it denied appellant’s motion to suppress a pre-trial identification of him? II. Did the trial court err when it allowed the victim to allegedly imply through his testimony that appellant had coerced or intimidated him? III. Did the sentencing court err in imposing separate sentences for attempted armed robbery and first-degree assault? We answer the first two questions in the negative but the third in the affirmative. Accordingly, we shall merge appellant’s sentence for first-degree assault into his sentence for attempted armed robbery but otherwise affirm the judgments.

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LORAINE L. BRIGHT v. HARFORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE, ET AL

This appeal arises from appellant’s breach of contract claims relating to the termination of her employment contract as a tenured professor. We are asked to consider whether appellant’s civil action, filed within the one-year statute of limitations, but later voluntarily dismissed following appellees’ removal of the case from state to federal court, can be re-filed in the state and escape the bar of the statute of limitations. We answer this question in the negative, and affirm the circuit court’s order.

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