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Former Md. first lady hired as assistant state’s attorney (access required)

ANNAPOLIS — Former first lady Kendel Ehrlich has been hired as an assistant state’s attorney in Anne Arundel County. State’s Attorney Wes Adams announced Ehrlich’s hiring late Thursday. He says she will be sworn into office on Oct. 29 and ...

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C. Fraser Smith: Schurick verdict raises Ehrlich questions (access required)

Overheard (arguably) in a bar this week. Patron 1: So, did you hear what happened? A jury convicted this political campaign guy of trying to fool the voters. Patron 2: No! (Laughter) Really? Isn’t that what you’re supposed to do ...

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Schurick’s fate in jury’s hands (access required)

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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Closing arguments expected in robocalls trial

Closing arguments are expected to begin in the Baltimore trial of a political aide for former Gov. Robert Ehrlich. Longtime aide Paul Schurick is accused of trying to suppress the black vote during last year’s gubernatorial election. Schurick testified in ...

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Top 5: ‘In the state of Maryland, it’s against the law.’ (access required)

The start of a “robocall” trial involving one of former Gov. Robert Ehrlich’s top aides, a couple of Court of Appeals opinions and a Silver Spring man ordered to stop acting like a lawyer are among The Daily Record’s top ...

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Judge dismisses conspiracy count in Schurick robocall case (access required)

To the prosecution, the most damning evidence that Paul E. Schurick tried to sabotage Gov. Martin O’Malley’s re-election with robocalls last fall was the content of the recorded telephone messages themselves. The Election Day 2010 messages told Democratic voters in ...

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