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Tag Archives: Baltimore County

My first 29 years….

So, I am writing this post on my 29th birthday, and I have come to a realization that one of the largest hurdles I face as a "young" attorney (and believe me, there are a ton!) is, in fact, my age

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Couple appeals animal cruelty conviction

The husband and wife who pleaded guilty last month to animal cruelty charges in the death of one horse and neglect of two others at their Windsor Mill home have filed appeals of their convictions, according to court records and the prosecutor in the case. ...

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Long-awaited Towson deli to open soon

I wrote about the closing of the Court Towers Deli in April 2008. Since then, I’ve watched the ground-level space sit vacant on Pennsylvania Avenue, a block from Baltimore County Circuit Court in Towson. Occasionally I would see people inside, scoping ...

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Exxon hearing, trial postponed

A motions hearing scheduled for today was postponed in a mass-action lawsuit filed by Jacksonville residents against Exxon Mobil Corp. for a 25,000-gallon-plus leak at a local gas station in early 2006. Lawyers on both sides have a bit more ...

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Towson court entrance closed to public

The plaza-side entrance to the Baltimore County Circuit Court building in Towson is currently closed to the general public because the security screening machines are not working. Only courthouse employees, jurors and lawyers with Maryland State Bar Association ID badges ...

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The files go virtual, but the filing cabinets just go

Sometimes what surprises you in life is what you don’t see, like someone gets a haircut shorter than usual. Case in point: I was walking through a second-floor hallway on the Bosley Avenue side of Baltimore County Circuit Court building in Towson on Tuesday morning ...

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