Differing versions of divorce-evidence bill emerge from General Assembly committees

Legislation to allow domestic violence orders to be introduced as evidence in divorce proceedings has passed both houses of the Maryland General Assembly -- but not without being limited by amendments by a Senate committee. The cross-filed bills repeal a provision of Maryland law which prohibits use of both a protective order and compliance with a ...

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