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Tag Archives: Paul E. Schurick

Henson sentenced to 60 days in prison for robocalls

Political consultant Julius Henson was sentenced to 60 days in prison Wednesday for his role in sending automated robocalls to curb Democrat voters from heading to the polls in the 2010 gubernatorial election. Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Emanuel Brown ...

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Henson hit with $1M judgment

A federal judge on Tuesday ordered Universal Elections and its owner, Julius Henson, to pay a total of $1 million to the state for violating federal law by sending recorded telephone messages to more than 112,000 Democrats in Baltimore city ...

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Top 5: ‘…floating a trial balloon which we felt compelled to pop’

Paul E. Schurick was found guilty in the election robocall case this week, and a UMUC professor won a large settlement in a discrimination case. Those stories and more in this week’s legal affairs top 5. 1. Jury finds Schurick ...

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Schurick’s fate in jury’s hands

A Baltimore jury will continue deliberating Tuesday morning on whether Paul E. Schurick tried to sabotage Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley’s re-election last fall with Election Day robocalls telling Democrats in the city and Prince George’s County that victory was at ...

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Former Ehrlich aide’s robocall trial begins

The trial of Paul E. Schurick, accused of trying to sabotage Gov. Martin O’Malley’s re-election last fall with robocalls, will be heard by a Baltimore judge whose wife received one of the controversial phone messages. “I have absolutely no concerns ...

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Robocall trial pushed to 2012

The trial of a political operative accused of trying to sabotage Gov. Martin O’Malley’s re-election with robocalls was postponed until Feb. 6 after the judge assigned to hear the case recused himself Tuesday because O’Malley had appointed him to the ...

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C. Fraser Smith: If only Ehrlich hadn’t run

OK, it’s a little late, but it would have been better for all concerned if Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. had listened to his inner handicapper and stayed out of last year’s race for governor. Why? Glad you asked. He wouldn’t ...

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