ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Senate has narrowly rejected an amendment that would have altered when speed cameras can be used to ticket drivers in work zones. The body rejected the amendment, which would have change a bill designed to allow ...Read More »
A half-million-dollar verdict from January was the most-viewed legal affairs story on The Daily Record’s website in 2011. Readers also flocked to stories about the legal troubles surrounding the Baltimore Grand Prix, personnel changes in the public defender’s office and ...Read More »
FORT WASHINGTON — Prince George’s County plans to begin operating its first speed camera within a half-mile of two schools in Fort Washington. The schools, Issac J. Gourdine Middle School and Tayac Elementary School, are on Allentown Road. Police say ...Read More »
Within a few hours of the news that Phillip J. Closius was resigning as the dean of the University of Baltimore’s School of Law, the story had already climbed to the top spot of this week’s legal affairs stories on ...
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Federal impasse stalls BWI work A party-line stalemate in Congress over reauthorizing funding of the Federal Aviation Administration has halted $681 million worth of construction projects, including a new radar system for Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. Currie awaits ruling The ...
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A non-practicing Gaithersburg lawyer has drawn scorn — and potentially sanctions — from a federal judge who questioned the attorney’s competence in suing the Village of Chevy Chase for more than $1.3 million after being caught by a speed camera ...Read More »
Maybe I should start calling myself James Liskow’s agent. Liskow is the Bowie lawyer I wrote about in Tuesday’s paper who beat a speed camera ticket. His feat got him on WBAL radio in the morning and spots on the ...Read More »