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Tag Archives: racial profiling

Md. high court to weigh if fleeing Black man gives police reasonable suspicion

The Baltimore Police Department says it is seeing success with its Crisis Response Team since its inception nearly six months ago. (Chelsea Jones/Capital News Service file photo.)

Maryland’s top court will weigh whether a Black man’s speedy departure upon seeing Baltimore police in a high-crime area gives officers reasonable suspicion of criminal activity to stop him.

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Top court: State police must release internal records of racial profiling complaints

The Maryland State Police has to release records of racial profiling complaints filed within the department, the state’s highest court held Thursday, though individual information must be erased from the documents.

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Top 5: ‘This smacks of a cause of action for wrongful life’

Court reporters in the Baltimore County Circuit Court are seeing their days numbered, and two siblings will not be able to sue the St. Joseph’s Society for allegedly covering up that a priest was their father. Those stories and more ...

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