Md. bill targeting repeat sex offenders stymied again

Legislation to allow evidence of past sexually assaultive behavior into criminal trials has again stalled in the General Assembly despite backing from the governor's office. The measures would allow prosecutors to introduce evidence of a defendant’s past behavior that would constitute a sexual offense under Maryland law to rebut a claim of consent or an allegation ...

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