Court to vote Monday on giving chief emergency powers

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland’s top court will vote Monday afternoon on a COVID-19 pandemic-inspired proposal to give its chief judge sweeping emergency authority to have cases moved to other courthouses or, if necessary, to any suitable and available building. Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera would also have the authority to suspend set or judicially ...

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