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Julius Henson
Feb 27, 2014

Despite ruling, Henson will run

For a man facing four months in jail, Julius Henson appeared rather relieved and upbeat Thursday afternoon. Now he could get back to campaigning.

May 11, 2012

Henson’s defense lawyer played to his strengths, observers say

Despite the same prosecutors, the same set of facts and the same defense — each defendant blaming each other — two separate city juries have handed down wildly varying verdicts over a series of automated calls made to Democrat voters in 2010. A Baltimore jury on Friday convicted political consultant Julius Henson of one count […]

May 10, 2012

Henson jury asks for description of charges

The jury in the election fraud case of political consultant Julius Henson deliberated for a full day on Thursday in Baltimore City Circuit Court before heading home without a verdict. The jury — seven women and five men, 10 of them black — sent a note a little before noon asking for Judge Emanuel Brown’s […]

Feb 6, 2012

Election robocall defense targets Maryland anti-fraud law

A Baltimore judge is weighing the constitutionality of Maryland election law’s anti-fraud provisions, as a political operative stands trial for allegedly conspiring and attempting to sabotage Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley’s 2010 re-election with robocalls urging Democrats to stay home and watch their victory on TV. Defendant Julius Henson’s lawyer told Judge Emanuel Brown on Monday [&hel[...]

Sep 12, 2011

Part of lawsuit against Baltimore police survives

A woman who claims she was roughed up and insulted during a wrongful arrest on drug charges can proceed with part of her lawsuit against the officers and the Baltimore Police Department, a judge ruled Monday. Judge Emanuel Brown allowed Adair Wiley to sue for defamation and malicious prosecution in Baltimore City Circuit Court but […]

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