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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 (access required)

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 (access required)

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 (access required)

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? (access required)

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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