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Law digest – October 18, 2010

MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS Criminal Procedure, Appointed counsel: Although the juvenile judge was correct in appointing outside counsel to resolve potential conflict, she abused her discretion in summarily precluding all Office of the Public Defender staff from representing defendant. In ...

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Court: What’s his is hers

Donna Zuromski did not get mad when her former lover asked her to leave the Shady Side house they had shared for nearly a decade. She got even, or, more precisely, an even share of the house that was held ...

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Court again upholds damages cap

Maryland’s statutory cap on non-economic damages will remain for the foreseeable future following Friday’s ruling by the state’s top court that the controversial limit is constitutional. The General Assembly, which now has sole authority to lift the cap, has no ...

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