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Steven I. Platt: Who should be bearing the burden of risk?

Beneath the headlines generated by the debate and the drama surrounding Gov. Martin O’Malley’s renewed legislative campaign to abolish the death penalty in Maryland, the lower-profile, but arguably more important economic issues that directly affect the citizens of our Free State who don’t commit or even contemplate capital crimes continue to be pressed in the chambers and committee hearing rooms of the Maryland General Assembly.

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Erlichman appointed to American Bar commission

Susan M. Erlichman, executive director of the Maryland Legal Services Corp., has been appointed to the American Bar Association’s Interest on Lawyers’ Trust Accounts Commission. The commission collects, maintains, analyzes and disseminates information on programs involving IOLTA revenue, a major ...

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Maryland judges gather for annual meeting

ANNAPOLIS — Judges from around Maryland are gathering in Annapolis for their annual conference. The conference being held Friday includes sessions on understanding and managing conflicts in courtrooms, gangs, new and pending legislation, and addiction and criminal behavior. The Maryland ...

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