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Opening statements expected in Bethesda yoga shop case

ROCKVILLE — A jury has been selected in the trial of a woman charged with killing a co-worker at a yoga clothing shop in a Washington suburb. Jury selection concluded Wednesday morning. Opening statements in the case of Brittany Norwood ...

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Jury selection continues in Bethesda yoga shop case

ROCKVILLE — Jury selection has resumed in a murder trial for a woman charged with killing a co-worker in a yoga clothing shop in Bethesda. Prosecutors and defense attorneys are continuing to select a jury Tuesday in the trial of ...

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Trial starts in Bethesda yoga shop killing case

ROCKVILLE — A murder trial is getting under way for a woman charged with killing a coworker in an upscale yoga clothing shop in Bethesda. Jury selection is scheduled to start Monday in the trial of Brittany Norwood, who is ...

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Four points in Friolo’s favor on attorneys’ fees

Joy Friolo’s latest appeal on attorneys’ fees did more than just establish a formula for determining her degree of success. In its Sept. 7 decision, the Court of Special Appeals said the Montgomery County Circuit Court made four mistakes last ...

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Concerns about new formula for attorneys’ fee awards

Three times in the past 10 years, Montgomery County Circuit Court judges have tried to determine how much Joy Friolo is entitled to in attorneys’ fees in a wage dispute. Three times, they have gotten it wrong. Last month, rather ...

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Court of Appeals revisits ‘CSI effect’

With a popular TV crime series touting the conclusiveness of DNA evidence, Maryland’s top court last week considered whether a judge violated a defendant’s right to a fair trial by telling the jury that prosecutors did not need scientific evidence ...

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Top 5: ‘…justice delayed is justice denied’

Our Maryland Lawyer cover story on the Maryland Court of Appeals made the top 5 this week, as did a story about In-N-Out Burger suing Grab-N-Go. Those stories and more in this week’s legal affairs top 5. 1. City set ...

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