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Rosenstein knew what he was getting into

Sex offenders, impeachment, fashion design round out roundup

Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein speaks at the Greater Baltimore Committee’s 62nd annual meeting on Monday night. (Greater Baltimore Committee photo)

Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein speaks at the Greater Baltimore Committee’s 62nd annual meeting earlier this month. (Greater Baltimore Committee photo)

Today is Monday, the 168th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln being awarded a patent.

Here are some news items to get your week started.

— Rod Rosenstein knew the transition from Maryland U.S. attorney to deputy U.S. attorney general would be perilous.

—  Does California’s early-release prison program unlawfully exclude sex offenders?

— Impeachment and removal from office has consequences.

— Can a lawyer specialize in both family law and fashion design?


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