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Can ‘robe-itis’ be prevented?

Baltimore City Circuit Judge Lynn K. Stewart Mays’ suspension by consent once again puts a spotlight on judicial temperament, that most nebulous of judicial qualities, one that judges can struggle with just as much as the people who recommend them to the bench.

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Help ahead for unaccompanied minors

Help ahead for unaccompanied minors

Thousands of Central American children have crossed the southern border in the past year, many fleeing violence in their home countries, only to face complicated immigration proceedings without an attorney by their side.

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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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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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