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Md. attorneys adapt to remote work, try to keep business coming in (access required)

State and federal courthouses are running on skeleton crews and only conducting essential business during the COVID-19 pandemic, which leaves attorneys facing questions about how to run their offices and work with clients. Ivan Bates said his firm began making ...

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State, federal courts further restrict entry and proceedings over virus

State and federal courts in Maryland are further reducing activities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new and revised administrative orders issued Monday night. Maryland state courts, which Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera previously closed ...

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Maryland courts to close to public for 3 weeks

Maryland courts will close to the public for three weeks starting Monday to reduce the number of people in courthouses during the coronavirus pandemic, Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera announced Friday evening. “All courts in the Maryland ...

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Baltimore judge faces new disciplinary charges for alleged misconduct (access required)

A Baltimore judge already facing suspension for her behavior on the job has been charged with additional misconduct for allegedly attempting to manipulate an incident report to cast another judge in a bad light. The Commission on Judicial Disabilities previously ...

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