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Widower Sues A.A. County Over Crash

The widower and mother of an Anne Arundel County woman who was killed with her infant child after her car was struck by a county police cruiser have filed a $3 million lawsuit against the county police department and the ...

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Baltimore Lawyers and Judges Of the 20th Century

[IMGCAP(1)]In 1900, 24 preeminent judges and lawyers of the 18th and 19th centuries were honored by the inscription of their names around the frieze of the Supreme Bench Courtroom in the Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. Courthouse, known then as the ...

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‘Murder Most Foul’ in St. Michaels: Court Affirms Woman’s Conviction

Wielding literature as a weapon, an appellate judge deconstructed a Laurel woman’s appeal of her convictions for murdering her husband and then partially burning his corpse to hide her act on a Valentine’s Day weekend in St. Michael’s — convictions ...

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Initial Conference to Be Held in Propulsid MDL

Lawyers involved in the multidistrict litigation over the gastrointestinal drug Propulsid will appear before a federal judge in New Orleans today for an initial conference.A target of litigation around the country, Janssen Pharmaceutica’s widely used drug was placed on a ...

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Glendening Creates Panel to Study Discrimination Against Homosexuals

Maryland has only four jurisdictions that prohibit discrimination based on an individual’s sexual orientation — Baltimore City and Montgomery, Howard and Prince George’s counties — but almost half of the state’s residents live in those areas.Gov. Parris N. Glendening has ...

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Executives Have Rights Too, CSA Holds; Remands Wage-Payment Claim

The founder and former president of Baltimore Harbor Charters Ltd. can keep the $66,000 he won in his breach of contract suit against the company — and also can try to treble that amount with a new trial under Maryland’s ...

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OPINION: Cooperation Is the Long-Term Solution for the Program-Duplication Controversy

We commend the University of Maryland-Baltimore County for taking the initiative to resolve the potentially divisive debate with Morgan State University about program duplication. UMBC has withdrawn its request for approval of a degree program in electrical engineering. That program ...

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Baltimore Lawyers and Judges Of the 20th Century

In 1900, 24 preeminent judges and lawyers of the 18th and 19th centuries were honored by the inscription of their names around the frieze of the Supreme Bench Courtroom in the Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. Courthouse, known then as the ...

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Loizeaux Brothers Acquitted in Federal Court

J. Mark Loizeaux and Douglas K. Loizeaux were found not guilty on charges of causing the treasuruer of Baltimore Rep. Elijah E. Cummings’ 1996 congressional campaign to file two false reports with the Federal Election Commission.Check back with The Daily ...

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Online Extra – Loizeaux Brothers Acquitted in Federal Court

A federal jury today acquitted two Baltimore county businessmen accused of attempting to disguise illegal campaign contributions as bonuses to employees.Douglas K. Loizeaux, and his brother, Mark, the owners of Controlled Demolition, walked out of the federal courthouse in Baltimore ...

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