Tag Archives: Maryland Attorney General

Edward J. Levin: Howard County reimburses taxpayers $587K in IDOT case

On July 12, Howard County reimbursed five taxpayers for $587,151.56 in connection with recordation taxes that they had paid under protest. This amount includes $499,112.50 for the amount of the taxes that the County forced the taxpayers to pay plus $88,039.06 in interest as required by Maryland law.

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State seeks to block $18.5M award in inmate’s death

The Maryland Attorney General’s Office is asking a Baltimore judge to cancel or reduce an $18.5 million award stemming from the murder of an inmate aboard a state prison bus. The hearing is scheduled Monday afternoon in Baltimore City Circuit ...

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Gansler prepares to join other AGs in $25 billion foreclosure settlement

Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler spoke to The Daily Record on Wednesday prior to an expected announcement Thursday that the state had joined more than 40 other jurisdictions in a pending nationwide settlement with the five largest mortgage lenders over alleged foreclosure abuses.

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