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Beyond destruction, helping lawyers build a case

Beyond destruction, helping lawyers build a case

It sits in a shed-like structure with two inches of lead in the walls behind a five-ton door inside a nondescript Belcamp warehouse. It is one of only a handful in the world, a scanner so powerful it can identify the combination of a lock and make the cross-section of a knife tip look as big and detailed as the knife’s handle.

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Baltimore judge takes temporary suspension by consent

Baltimore judge takes temporary suspension by consent

Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Lynn Stewart Mays has consented to a five-day suspension without pay for what judicial-conduct investigators called her “sarcastic, embarrassing, demeaning, humiliating and mocking” behavior toward a criminal defendant, his fiancée and a defense attorney.

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Hodes: Disbarment didn’t matter

Hodes: Disbarment didn’t matter

Michael C. Hodes retired from the practice of law Oct. 1. It says so right on his law firm's website, where he wrote he would become a full-time consultant on eldercare and veterans benefits.

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After 60 years, time for a GOP AG?

After 60 years, time for a GOP AG?

Jeffrey N. Pritzker, the Republican nominee for attorney general, says Maryland needs a top lawyer who’s willing to stand up to the Democratic stronghold in Annapolis — both in the General Assembly and, if necessary, the Executive branch.

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