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Attorney general looking into St. Mary’s College land deal

ANNAPOLIS – Legislative auditors have referred a 2008 land-acquisition deal by St. Mary’s College of Maryland to the criminal division of the attorney general’s office. The college won state approval to purchase the land for $800,000 after neglecting to tell ...

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Special Tuesday mini round-up

There’s just too much good law-related stuff out there this morning to tell you all about! Here’s a special, miniature (fun size, if you will) law round-up: John Bratt of the Baltimore Injury Lawyer Blog says he’s glad he doesn’t ...

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This Week in Maryland Lawyer

On the Cover:  Welcome to the first Monday in October! This morning marks the Supreme Court debut of Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler and Assistant Public Defender Celia Anderson Davis, who will argue over a Hagerstown man’s child sex ...

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Multimedia: Gansler on dogfighting

At a press conference in Reisterstown earlier today, Attorney General Doug Gansler and the Humane Society of the United States announced a crackdown on illegal animal fighting. Up to $5,000 will be given to anyone who provides information which leads ...

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Video: Gansler tours Chester River

Photographer Eric Stocklin joined Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler on a boat tour of the Chester River yesterday, a body of water shared by Kent and Queen Anne’s County on the Eastern Shore. The group was led by Tom Leigh ...

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More on Gonzales as “Lawyer of the Year”

Apparently, not everyone got that the ABA Journal’s “Lawyer of the Year” is kind of like Time’s “Person of the Year.” In other words: no, people, this is not an award honoring the erstwhile AG for being such a mensch. ...

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