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Tag Archives: Maryland Attorney General’s Office

Md. Attorney General Frosh subpoenas Mich. subprime auto lender (access required)

Credit Acceptance Corp. received a subpoena from the Maryland attorney general regarding its repossession and sales policies, the subprime lender disclosed Monday. The company said in its annual report that it received the subpoena on March 18. The firm is ...

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Maryland judge gets creative with opinions

ANNAPOLIS — “Unlike the bullet or the misplaced banana peel, the effect of toxic substances on the body is often subtle and slow, leaving cause uncertain.” That’s not how many judges begin their official written opinions, but for Maryland Court ...

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Bethesda-based attorney focuses on construction law, here and in Germany (access required)

Some call William K. Wilburn an attorney; others, a Rechtsanwalt. Those who call him the latter are likely among the German clients that make up about 30 percent of Wilburn’s clientele. While Wilburn’s Bethesda practice, WKWilburn, deals mostly in construction ...

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Judge dissolves I-95 travel plaza restraining order (access required)

A Montgomery County Circuit Court judge Friday dissolved a restraining order that prevented the Board of Public Works from awarding a contract to redevelop two Interstate 95 travel plazas. With the restraining order rescinded, the board is free to vote ...

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Court orders confirmed for DNR tracking devices

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Attorney General’s office has confirmed that the Department of Natural Resources sought court orders allowing the placement of tracking devices on the boats of watermen. State lawmakers had asked the department to provide evidence that DNR ...

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‘CSI effect’ instruction faulted again (access required)

Maryland’s top court on Tuesday unanimously overturned a man’s conviction for sexually assaulting a 7-year-old girl in Salisbury, saying he was denied a fair trial because the judge told the jury that prosecutors did not need scientific evidence to prove ...

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