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Md. top court to revisit damages in police-shooting death

In a case that could greatly raise the liability stakes for cities and counties across Maryland, the state’s highest court will decide how much Prince George’s County owes the family of a man who was killed by a police officer: the $11.5 million a jury awarded, or the $400,000 the judge ultimately ordered.

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Jury: Buyer owes $5.7M for port delivery

A federal jury in Baltimore has awarded $5.7 million to a maritime shipper after a wind-energy company failed to pay in full for tubular steel towers it delivered from Indonesia to the ports of Baltimore, Houston and New Orleans.

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Police officer owes $50K for arrest of 13-year-old

A Baltimore jury has awarded $50,000 to the mother of a then-13-year-old boy who said he was chased down, punched and ultimately released by a city police officer, only to be detained again without charges after the teen sought treatment for his injuries.

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IT workers win $3M in suit against WSSC

IT workers win $3M in suit against WSSC

A Prince George’s County jury on Monday awarded damages totaling more than $3 million to 13 information-technology workers who lost their jobs at the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission in a 2006 restructuring.

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