Tag Archives: Ocean City

Legal opinions – US District, Md. – 10/27

Immigration Law Death of citizen spouse BOTTOM LINE: Congress did not intend to automatically strip an alien of “immediate relative” status where her husband, a citizen, had submitted a petition to establish that status, but died prior to its adjudication ...

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Subpoenaing the state’s attorneys — in the 1980s

It turns out the attempt by lawyers for a capital murder defendant in Anne Arundel County to subpoena all 24 top prosecutors in Maryland was not a first. Ocean City lawyer Skip Townsend tells me that back in the 1980s, ...

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Babes ‘n billfish

If you read today’s story about the White Marlin Open in Ocean City (the largest billfish tournament in the world) and have decided taking photos of a bunch of men standing next to their catch of the day isn’t your ...

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The art of a SCOTUS appeal

Thomas C. Goldstein had a busy day yesterday at the Maryland State Bar Association’s Annual Meeting in Ocean City. Goldstein, a partner at Akin Gump Strauss Hauser & Feld LLP in Washington D.C. and founder of the popular SCOTUSblog, spoke ...

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Those pesky ground hogs got you down?

An interesting side note to my reporting while down in Ocean City earlier this week: during my interview with Marty Moran, captain of the Marlin Magic charter boat, his cell phone rang. His side of the conversation went something like ...

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