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Top 5: ‘We don’t want that power usurped from us’

Delays continue in Maryland’s top court, and the Student Bar Association president at the University of Baltimore School of Law is trying to keep students updated on the search for a new dean. Those stories and more in this week’s ...

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Catonsville man gets 5 life terms for police shootout

A Baltimore judge has sentenced a 37-year-old Catonsville man to five life terms, plus 80 years in prison for firing on police officers during a traffic stop. Judge Edward R.K. Hargadon sentenced Bradrick Green on Monday to five life terms ...

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Top 5: ‘We have all sinned’

A former public official pleads guilty, a University of Maryland student indicted for making fake IDs, and the family of a breast cancer victim is awarded $3.8 million by a city jury. Those stories and more in this week’s legal ...

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Man pleads not guilty in Maryland bomb plot

A spokeswoman for the U.S. attorney’s office in Baltimore says a man accused of plotting to kill military personnel with a car bomb has pleaded not guilty. Marcia Murphy says Antonio Martinez appeared in U.S. District Court for an arraignment ...

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Former UMBC employee pleads guilty to theft

The Maryland attorney general’s office says a former University of Maryland, Baltimore County, employee has pleaded guilty to stealing $9,800 from the school so he could buy rugs for his home. The office says Francis Nunoo-Quarcoo, the former director of ...

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Military recruiting center bomb plot suspect indicted

A Baltimore man accused of plotting to kill military recruiters with a car bomb has been indicted by a federal grand jury. Twenty-one-year-old Antonio Martinez, also known as Muhammad Hussain, was indicted Tuesday on charges of attempted murder of federal ...

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Week in review: December 10, 2010

2 city fires cause damage, closings A five-alarm fire damaged several buildings Monday on The Block, Baltimore’s adult-entertainment district. The next morning, about a mile away, another fire destroyed businesses, including Donna’s café, in Mount Vernon. Some businesses were total losses, ...

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