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Rioting could raise stakes for Mosby’s decision following Freddie Gray investigation

When former state’s attorney Gregg L. Bernstein announced charges would not be brought against police officers in two high-profile brutality cases, almost all of the reaction and fallout was confined to Baltimore. But with the death of Freddie Gray and Monday’s rioting garnering international attention, all eyes will be on Bernstein’s successor whenever she announces if charges will be filed against any police officers.

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Mosby defeats Bernstein in Baltimore prosecutor’s primary

Marilyn J. Mosby pulled off an upset win against incumbent Gregg L. Bernstein in the Democratic primary for Baltimore City State’s Attorney. Bernstein conceded defeat late Tuesday night when unofficial results showed him trailing Mosby significantly. Early Wednesday morning, results ...

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Lead detective in Barnes’ case charged with assault (access required)

The lead detective in charge of investigating the disappearance of asphyxiated North Carolina teenager Phylicia Barnes has been charged with two counts of second-degree assault, one count of fourth-degree burglary, and one count of making a false statement to police. ...

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Army Reservist sues city over lost job after return from active duty (access required)

A U.S. Army Reservist has filed a lawsuit against Baltimore City and the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office, claiming he lost his job after being called to active duty. Andrew Gross, a Columbia resident currently stationed at Fort Bragg, N.C., ...

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Zuckerman Spaeder convinces Murphy & Shaffer to join its fold (access required)

Since the day William J. Murphy opened his litigation practice in 1984, he estimates he’d fielded more than 25 overtures to fold his firm into another one. None of them interested him. None, that is, until Martin S. Himeles Jr. ...

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