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Md. high court hears state’s bid to revive murder conviction

A prosecutor urged Maryland’s high court last week to reinstate the first-degree murder and attempted-murder convictions — and life-sentence — of a man who remains charged with killing one and wounding another in a 2012 shooting outside an Eldersburg tavern.

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Baltimore man guilty of Westminster murder

WESTMINSTER — A Carroll County jury has convicted a Baltimore man of felony first-degree murder in the 2010 stabbing of a Westminster man. The Carroll County Times reported in its Friday edition that 29-year-old Tuson Reese was found guilty Thursday ...

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Opinions – 6/27/13: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Civil Procedure Statute of Repose  BOTTOM LINE: Plaintiff’s asbestos-related claims were barred by the Statute of Repose because defendant was not in actual possession and control of the property where plaintiff worked when the injury occurred. CASE: Burns v. Bechtel ...

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Appeals court expands ex-U.Va. lax star’s appeal

RICHMOND, Va. — Virginia’s Court of Appeals will take a broader look at an appeal by a former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend. The court ruled late Friday that three additional issues can be argued ...

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