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Week in review: 9/7/12

Slower August for state slots Maryland slots revenue fell about 7 percent from July to August, as all three of the state’s casinos experienced slowdowns in business after a record-setting summer for the 2-year-old industry. The casinos — in Anne ...

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Washington Co. judge’s failed ruse results in reprimand

A Washington County Circuit Court judge has agreed to a private reprimand for telling attorneys that they had less than 24 hours to prepare for a jury trial as part of an elaborate ruse to spur them to settle the ...

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Judge to take daily breathalyzer before taking bench

Washington County Circuit Judge W. Kennedy Boone III, who pleaded guilty to drunken driving in March, will undergo daily breathalyzer tests before taking the bench under a negotiated punishment from a judicial disciplinary board. Boone, an acknowledged alcoholic, has also ...

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Baltimore County ‘marrying judge’ accepts private reprimand

Maryland District Judge G. Darrell Russell Jr. has agreed to a private reprimand for having performed the marriage of a domestic violence suspect to his alleged victim, then dismissing the criminal complaint because the newlywed wife could not testify against ...

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