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Judge rejects both plans in bankruptcy of Baltimore Jewish Times publisher

In a move that shocked everyone involved, a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge rejected both of the competing restructuring plans of the publisher of the Baltimore Jewish Times and its former printer. Judge James F. Schneider was harshly critical of the ...

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Army Reservist sues city over lost job after return from active duty

A U.S. Army Reservist has filed a lawsuit against Baltimore City and the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office, claiming he lost his job after being called to active duty. Andrew Gross, a Columbia resident currently stationed at Fort Bragg, N.C., ...

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Second misconduct suit filed against Baltimore officer

A Baltimore Police Department sergeant who already had one misconduct lawsuit pending against him was sued again Thursday — this time for allegedly using Hollywood-style intimidation tactics to threaten Baltimore resident Mark C. Harrell. Harrell and Roslyn Wiggins say that ...

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Court to weigh competing plans for Jewish Times

A bankruptcy judge will begin hearing arguments Tuesday from Baltimore Jewish Times owner Alter Communications Inc. and its former printer, H.G. Roebuck & Son Inc., to decide whose vision for the future of the company will prevail. Alter filed a ...

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Sotomayor to speak at UM Law

Registration is reportedly full for today”s University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law School convocation featuring U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. But never fear: Daily Record reporter Andy Marso (that would be me), will be live-tweeting the ...

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Court of Special Appeals: Balcony was off-limits to cops

How private is your balcony? And how much cause do police need to have before they enter and search it? The Court of Special Appeals wrestled with those questions and determined that a second-story balcony was private and that the ...

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Young votes against police settlement

“Great morning, everyone,” Baltimore City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young said in calling to order today’s giddy, post-election Board of Estimates meeting. There was plenty of back-slapping between Young and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, whose victories were nearly as dominant as the Ravens’ beatdown ...

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Broken wrist during traffic stop to cost city $30k

The city of Baltimore is poised to pay $30,000 to a furnace repairman named Michael Wright, who claims a police officer dragged him out of a vehicle and broke his wrist during a traffic stop in 2009. In February, the ...

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