Dissension hits Md.’s top court less than 25 percent of the time

Judges Watts, McDonald dissent most often, review reveals

Attorneys arguing before Maryland’s top court should heed the adage that you cannot convince everyone every time, even though the Court of Appeals has been in agreement in an overwhelming percentage of its cases. Since the beginning of 2016, the high court has rendered a dissenting opinion in almost 25 percent of its non-attorney grievance cases, ...

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