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Panel’s deliberations on Baltimore casino have slowed

ANNAPOLIS — As the gambling expansion work group nears a Wednesday deadline to recommend changes to the state’s casino gambling law, the panel’s deliberations have slowed the final decision on a facility planned for Baltimore. The 11-member work group held ...

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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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Top 5: ‘We like big cases’

Jury deliberations in an Anne Arundel County capital murder case and a pioneering change in Maryland corporate law are among the most-read legal affairs stories of the week. The list also includes to titans of the Baltimore legal scene teaming ...

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Jury begins deliberations on Stephens’ fate

ANNAPOLIS — The jury that last week convicted Lee E. Stephens of first-degree murder began deliberating Wednesday afternoon whether he should be sentenced to death. After hearing closing arguments from the state and the defense, the Anne Arundel County Circuit ...

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Jury resumes deliberations in Frederick stun-gun death

A Baltimore jury has resumed deliberations in the federal stun-gun death trial of a former Frederick County sheriff’s deputy. The 10-member panel reconvened Wednesday morning after deliberating for about two hours Tuesday. The parents of 20-year-old Jarrel Gray are seeking ...

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