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Author Archives: Andy Marso

Baltimore’s MBE program: New obstacles to an old goal (access required)

Nestled among patches of trees on North Rolling Road in Catonsville is a brick building that looks much like the surrounding residences, except for the white trucks in the driveway with “AWA Mechanical Inc.” painted on the sides. Inside the ...

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Suit: Police ‘culture’ led to woman’s murder (access required)

Veronica Williams was stabbed to death by her husband in the middle of the day outside the courthouse where she had just gotten a protective order against him on Nov. 17, 2008. Even more shocking than the murder itself, allegations ...

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City to settle community service lawsuit (access required)

The sanitation truck that Alvin Trotter was riding on was reportedly traveling between 10 and 15 miles per hour when his body struck a telephone pole, throwing him off the vehicle and onto the pavement. Not a high-speed collision, by ...

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Trial of Jewish brothers accused in teen’s assault delayed again (access required)

The trial of two brothers accused of assaulting a black teen while they were working for a Jewish neighborhood patrol group has been postponed for the fifth time. Avi Werdesheim, 21, and Eliyahu Werdesheim, 24, were scheduled to stand trial ...

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From medical-malpractice case to legal-malpractice claim (access required)

Linda Cartzendafner says her husband died of an infection after nurses at Ruxton SurgiCenter injected him with a needle that became unsterile during failed attempts to place an IV. Cartzendafner filed a lawsuit Nov. 4 in Baltimore City Circuit Court ...

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