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Litigants seek contempt finding against Baltimore FOP

The businesses suing Baltimore over the city's response to rioting in 2015 want a judge to hold the local police union in contempt for failing to turn over documents in response to a subpoena. The plaintiffs, dozens of businesses that sustained damage, filed a lengthy complaint in federal court in 2017 alleging the city and police failed ...

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