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Unwelcome birthday party results in unexpected expense

Welcome to Monday, the 45th anniversary of Baltimore Orioles great Eddie Murray‘s first career home run. The Hall of Famer would end his 21-year career with 504 round trippers. Here are some other news items. — Jury awards $450,000 to ...

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2021 was unkind to corporate bankruptcy attorneys

Welcome to Monday, the 93rd anniversary of the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre in Chicago, in which 7 gangsters were killed. Here are some more news items. — Corporate bankruptcy lawyers had a bad 2021. — Parental pardon acquits Pakistani man ...

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Md. jury trial suspension elicits lawyers’ frustration, understanding, concerns

Prosecutors, defense counsel and civil litigators have greeted with frustration but understanding the decision by Maryland’s top jurist to suspend jury trials again, just six weeks after they resumed, due to resurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic. “We were running smoothly,” ...

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AG: Marijuana prosecutions likely need special testing after hemp legalization

A change in the law that exempts hemp from the legal definition of marijuana means prosecutors should use more sophisticated lab tests to determine if suspected marijuana has the requisite concentration of THC to qualify as contraband, the Maryland Office of the ...

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