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Md. high court will weigh MDE regulation of ammonia to protect the bay

Maryland’s top court will consider if state agency validly rejected a request to impose ammonia emissions standards for feeding operations to protect the bay.

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Bankrupt Md. company’s $4.7M debt for damages likely can’t be discharged, 4th Circuit says

A Savage-based supplier of packaging products likely cannot discharge through bankruptcy the $4.7 million in damages owed a competitor for intentional interference with contracts and tortious interference with business relations, a federal appeals court ruled last week. In its published ...

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Supreme Court denies Nigerian’s appeal in Laurel-based elder abuse scam

The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal of a Nigerian who, though never having been to Maryland, was convicted in Greenbelt federal court of conspiring to launder money from a Laurel-based online scam that convinced elderly people ...

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Md. high court upholds teen’s murder conviction in Baltimore County officer’s death

The Court of Appeals unanimously rejected Dawnta Harris’ argument through counsel that his conviction for killing officer Amy Caprio on May 21, 2018, should be overturned.

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Md. high court will hear Montgomery Park’s bid for insurance administration lease

The Montgomery Park building’s back-and-forth legal battle to reopen the bidding for the Maryland Insurance Administration’s lucrative Baltimore lease will go before the state’s top court.

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Maryland high court weighs constitutionality of ‘thin blue line’ at trials

A criminal defendant cannot receive a fair jury trial when a bailiff wears a face mask emblazoned with the pro-police “thin blue line” flag during the court proceeding, a defense attorney told Maryland’s top court.

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