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Sen. Norman tests the waters, applies for Harford County bench

If a commission and governor come through for him, Sen. H. Wayne Norman will be leaving the Maryland Senate to become a Harford County Circuit Court judge. Norman, R-Harford and Cecil, has applied for the seat left vacant by the ...

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Audit: Md. Judiciary failed to document, limit access to contracts

The Maryland Judiciary, whose judges often go to great lengths in explaining their legal decisions, failed to document sufficiently why it awarded $26 million in service contracts between July 2012 and December 2015, according to legislative auditors. The Office of ...

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Md. lawyers still in gray area with rule change on ‘specialist’

Maryland lawyers, as of this month, are allowed to use the word “specialize” when advertising their area of practice. But because the word was prohibited for so long, attorneys and those who enforce the Maryland Lawyers’ Rules of Professional Conduct ...

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