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Court: No online ballots for blind, disabled

Court: No online ballots for blind, disabled

A federal judge Wednesday rejected a request from visually impaired and physically disabled Maryland voters that he order the State Board of Elections to provide online absentee ballots that would have enabled them to cast private votes in the June 24 primary election.

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Family can sue over man’s suicide after crash

The widow and children of a man who killed himself more than two years after sustaining multiple but not life-threatening injuries in an Elkton truck collision can pursue a $2 million wrongful-death claim against the company that owned the other vehicle, a U.S. District Court judge in Baltimore has ruled.

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2 lawyers challenge bans for withholding personal info

Forty-three attorneys were suspended in March in one order from the Court of Appeals, but not for any sort of legal malpractice. Instead, they were punished for not providing their Social Security numbers to the Client Protection Fund of the Bar of Maryland in violation of a recently adopted Maryland Rule.

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Wrongly convicted, suit says

A Baltimore man who spent more than 30 years in prison for a murder he says he did not commit is appealing a federal judge’s decision to throw out a civil lawsuit seeking damages from detectives he alleges suppressed evidence at his trial.

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