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Tag Archives: district court

Verdict: I’m not guilty

So I was acquitted this morning. Back in November, I got pulled over and cited for “failure to maintain and fasten vehicle registration plate in visible position,” a violation of Transportation Article 13-411. No, I wasn’t driving without a license ...

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Animal cruelty appeal postponed

A Baltimore County husband and wife convicted on animal cruelty charges earlier this year will have their appeal heard next month after a judge agreed to postpone Thursday’s scheduled hearing. Both Hilton and Donna Silver were unaccompanied by lawyers Thursday ...

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Neglected horses galloping toward recovery

The surviving horses that were taken from Hilton and Donna Silver are well on their way to recovery,  a Baltimore County animal control official said Wednesday. “They are doing phenomenal,” said Brooke Birman-Vrany, assistant director at Days End Farm Horse Rescue in Woodbine, which ...

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Law blog round-up

Happy Monday! Page Croyder observes “serious traffic court” in Baltimore City for a day. The former prosecutor-turned-gadfly is not impressed at the sentences imposed. The Washington Post writes about how the new death penalty restrictions could affect defendants already charged ...

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