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Justices deny Cameroonian’s appeal of Md. termination of parental rights

The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear a Cameroonian father’s bid to restore his parental rights that were terminated by a Maryland court he claims had no personal jurisdiction over him.

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Cameroonian appeals Md. termination of parental rights to Supreme Court

A Cameroonian father is urging the U.S. Supreme Court to restore his parental rights that were terminated by a Maryland court he claims had no personal jurisdiction over him because his sole contact with the state was his daughter, who ...

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Trump lawyer: President’s visits do not give Maryland jurisdiction in emoluments case

President Donald Trump’s frequent visits to Maryland should not leave him vulnerable to being sued as a private citizen in federal court in the state for allegedly violating the Constitution’s anti-corruption provision by diverting business from the state’s hotels to his own property in Washington, D.C., Trump’s private attorney has argued in court filings.

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Trump can be sued in Md. for corruption, Frosh says

As a frequent visitor to Maryland, President Donald Trump can be sued as a private citizen in federal court in the state for allegedly violating the Constitution’s anti-corruption provision by diverting business from the state’s hotels to his own property in Washington, D.C., according to Maryland’s attorney general.

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