Md. high court opens term: Billboards, rap lyrics, CSI effect on docket

Maryland’s top court Thursday opens the public sessions of its 2020-2021 term, during which it will consider the constitutionality of Baltimore’s tax on billboard operators, whether a judge properly admitted into evidence the violent rap lyrics of an accused killer and if a judge’s TV drama-inspired jury instruction that prosecutors need not present forensic evidence ...

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