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Jury or not: Working in reverse

As a commercial litigator, the trier of fact in a majority of my cases include judges or an arbitration panel. My preparation for each case, however, begins as if the matter is before a jury. Let me explain.

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Law blog roundup

Welcome to the final day of the 2012 session of the Maryland General Assembly and the roundup. Here are some items to get this last legislative day started. – Divorcing couples must find fault in England. – Russia drops charge ...

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The “X” factor in jury trials

This week, like so many in Maryland and around the nation, I awaited the jury’s verdict in the trial against George Huguely V for the murder of Yeardley Love in Charlottesville, Va. While the jury deliberated, many legal analysts and ...

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Trial lessons: It’s hip to be square

I’m a “play-it-safe” guy. Mom (a non-lawyer) always said that the law is very black and white. What she didn’t know, and what I learned at law school, is that the legal battlefield is over the vast no-man’s land of ...

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Go vote for somebody or something

I was disappointed last Thursday, October 25, when I received my Official 2010 General Election Sample Ballot from the City of Baltimore Board of Elections.  I already know about early voting, but it saddens me that many other prospective voters may ...

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