NEW YORK — A judge ordered the release from prison of President Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer on Thursday, saying he believes the government retaliated against him for planning to release a book about Trump before November’s election. Michael Cohen’s ...Read More »
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Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby has asked the city’s Inspector General’s Office to investigate her travel and financial disclosures. The Baltimore Sun reported Thursday that the unusual request comes as Mosby draws criticism for her trips and business arrangements. Mosby ...
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Maryland judges should not participate in Black Lives Matter rallies because their clarion call for justice system reform and harsh criticism of law enforcement would bring the jurists’ impartiality into question when they return to the courtroom, the state’s Judicial ...Read More »
GREENBELT — A dentist, his business partner and another man have been indicted in Maryland on charges they plotted to fraudulently obtain millions of dollars in Medicaid payments, federal prosecutors said Wednesday. The indictment, handed up July 13 and unsealed ...Read More »
Maryland’s criminal laws and policies must be reviewed and when necessary changed to protect minorities, exploited women and the poor from being targeted by the police simply because of who they are, members of a fledgling coalition of community organizations ...Read More »
Maryland Court of Special Appeals Criminal Procedure; Collateral estoppel: Where, in a prior criminal case in which the defendant was ultimately acquitted of criminal charges, the defendant’s motion to suppress evidence was denied based on the court’s finding that police ...
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A political upheaval of sorts occurred last month in Maryland’s primary election for circuit court judges — one little noticed by the public, but not ignored by the state’s legal establishment. While normally sitting circuit court judges cruise to victory ...Read More »
Medical personnel at Johns Hopkins Hospital released a newborn to her parents four years ago without telling them of a potentially cancerous abnormality discovered in the girl’s adrenal gland, the parents allege in a wrongful-death lawsuit they filed this week ...Read More »
Maryland courts remain at least 11 weeks away from resuming jury trials, a nearly three-month span that will deepen the backlog of cases wrought by the Judiciary’s effort to ensure that justice is not unduly delayed as it seeks to ...Read More »
The Baltimore Police Department’s training academy was closed after four trainees and two staff members tested positive for the coronavirus, the agency announced Monday. The department stopped in-person training Friday and transitioned recruits to online learning following confirmation of the ...
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