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Tag Archives: Baltimore County Circuit Court

Top 5: ‘This smacks of a cause of action for wrongful life’

Court reporters in the Baltimore County Circuit Court are seeing their days numbered, and two siblings will not be able to sue the St. Joseph’s Society for allegedly covering up that a priest was their father. Those stories and more ...

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The Daily Record News Quiz – Week of April 4-8

Have you been keeping up with The Daily Record’s news this week? Take our 10-question weekly news quiz in this new interactive feature. Leave a comment below and tell us how many questions you got right!

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Reisterstown tutoring firm owner convicted of fraud

The owner of a Reisterstown company has been convicted of billing Baltimore public schools for thousands of hours of tutoring that were never performed. The State Prosecutor’s Office announced Thursday that Tracy Queen was convicted of felony theft in Baltimore ...

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Bengies’ light-pollution lawsuit survives challenge by Royal Farms

The Bengies Drive-In Theatre can proceed with its light-pollution lawsuit against a neighboring Royal Farms store, a Baltimore County Circuit Court judge has ruled. Judge Robert E. Cahill dismissed a trespass count from the lawsuit but permitted negligence and private ...

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End of an era for court reporters

The Baltimore County Circuit Court is quietly losing 237 years of courtroom experience. Its 14 court reporters learned last month the courthouse will convert entirely to digital recordings by the summer. The move was not a surprise to the court ...

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Baltimore County Circuit Court unveils new wing

A courtroom in Baltimore County Circuit Court is part of a complete renovation of the north side of the building’s fourth floor. What was once dull, sterile county office space has been transformed into a sleek and modern court facility, with three courtrooms, four masters’ hearing rooms and two jury rooms, along with judges’ chambers and a conference room.

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Expert links anxiety to Exxon Mobil leak

Jurors in Jacksonville residents’ mass-action lawsuit against Exxon Mobil Corp. received a refresher course of sorts Monday as the trial stemming from a massive gas station leak entered its third month. Dr. Abdul Malik, a Towson psychiatrist hired by The ...

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