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Tag Archives: Maryland Attorney General

Barry Rosen: Ruling means changes for MRI, CT services

Many Marylanders are accustomed to obtaining necessary radiology services, including MRIs and CTs, conveniently at their orthopedic surgeon’s office, although since at least 2006, the Maryland Attorney General and the Maryland Board of Physicians have declared that, to avoid potential ...

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Troopers are still profiling, lawsuit claims

Echoing decades-old racial profiling allegations, a Philadelphia man says Maryland State Police troopers stopped him three times in two months because he is black, then pursued trumped-up charges that cost him 20 days in jail after he filed a Public ...

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Court considers effect of Padilla ruling on alien defendant’s guilty plea

ANNAPOLIS — With his client facing potential deportation, a public defender urged Maryland’s top court Thursday to throw out the guilty plea that brought Mark Denisyuk, a Latvian national, to the attention of U.S. immigration officials. Brian L. Zavin blamed ...

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Gansler: Victim compensation fund is speculative

State attorneys general and major mortgage lenders are a “long way” from reaching a settlement in the prosecutors’ investigation of “robo-signing” and other alleged activities that have brought the legitimacy of thousands of foreclosures into question, Maryland Attorney General Douglas ...

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