Tag Archives: baltimore city circuit court

Closing arguments underway in robocalls trial

Maryland’s state prosecutor says a campaign consultant for Republican former governor Robert Ehrlich broke the law with election day robocalls in 2010 that were aimed at suppressing black voter turnout. Closing arguments began Wednesday in the case after more than ...

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Henson returns to stand in robocalls trial

The defense has rested for a campaign consultant accused of using Election Day robocalls to suppress black voter turnout in the 2010 gubernatorial election. Julius Henson, who worked for Ehrlich during his rematch with Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley, finished testifying ...

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New lead-paint verdict adds to HABC’s tab

A Baltimore City Circuit Court jury last week awarded nearly $1.3 million to a 17-year-old girl for brain damage caused by lead-based paint in the city-owned home where she lived from birth until age 2. The award to Amafica Woodland ...

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Judge deciding neighborhood-watch beating case

The fates of two brothers charged with beating a black teenager while patrolling for a Jewish neighborhood watch are in the hands of a judge in Baltimore City Circuit Court. The two sides presented their closing arguments to Judge Pamela ...

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Henson: Prosecution is political payback

On trial for election fraud charges, longtime political consultant Julius Henson claims he was targeted by Democrats for daring to work with Republicans who, he said, threw him under the bus when trouble arose and did not even pay him. ...

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