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Md. high court suspends attorney for falsely signing will

Saying perjury cannot go unsanctioned, Maryland’s top court has suspended for at least six months a Baltimore lawyer who falsely declared having witnessed a longtime client’s signing of his will when in fact the declaration, in writing, was made after her client had died. Mary T. Keating had no selfish motive and was carrying out what ...

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