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Hopes dashed, Harrell again decries fault standard

Hopes dashed, Harrell again decries fault standard

Over the rare and scathing dissent of one member, Maryland’s top court this month refused to hear another challenge to its long-held legal doctrine barring plaintiffs from recovering damages if they were at all to blame for their injuries.

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Court of Appeals upholds DNA check of suspect’s sweat

People who voluntarily submit to questioning in a police station relinquish any claim to the perspiration they happen to leave behind on a chair – even when detectives examine the bodily fluid for DNA linking them to a crime, a divided Maryland high court ruled Wednesday.

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Clock ticks toward CoA deadline

Clock ticks toward CoA deadline

Rounding out this week's Law Blog Roundup: Quinnipiac law school moves into a $50M building, Nevada mulls intermediate appellate courts and the 2nd Circuit revives a challenge to a law requiring parental consent for a certain Jewish ceremony.

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