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Former bank president still owes

The former president of Rockville-based American Federal Savings Bank, who was ordered to pay more than $1 million for brokering a private loan to one of the bank’s troubled lenders and then secretly taking a brokerage fee, lost his appeal ...

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Trial judge advised to watch date

A Montgomery County doctor will get another chance to adjust his alimony payments to meet his straitened circumstances, the Court of Special Appeals held.The intermediate appellate court Friday sent the alimony dispute between Gary W. Langston and his ex-wife, Lori ...

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New judge takes over Clinton disbarment caseA newly elected judge who was appointed to a state office by then-Gov. Bill Clinton said yesterday he won’t consider withdrawing from presiding over the Clinton disbarment case unless he’s asked. Pulaski County Circuit ...

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Howe leaves seat on bench today

After working in the law since she was 10 years old, Judge Barbara Kerr Howe hangs up her robes today as an active member of the Baltimore County Circuit Court bench.But friends say that although Howe, who turned 62 on ...

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Court: logo penalty on Ravens

Just days before the Ravens host the Denver Broncos in the first NFL playoff game to be held in Baltimore in 23 years, the home team drew a penalty — this one in court.[IMGCAP(1)]The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ...

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Angelos on call-waiting

Peter G. Angelos is expected to make a statement today on news reports that his law office is preparing to file legal actions on behalf of victims of brain tumors against two of the world’s largest mobile telephone companies.A report ...

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Md. optometrist settles with feds for $500,000Retired Baltimore County optometrist Stanley N. Herr has agreed to pay the federal government $500,000 to settle allegations of Medicare fraud, U.S. Attorney Lynne A. Battaglia announced yesterday. “Doctors should be clear that when ...

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