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Another count dismissed in robocall trial

A judge on Thursday dismissed an obstruction of justice charge against Paul Schurick, a longtime aide to former Gov. Robert Ehrlich, but denied defense requests to throw out charges alleging Schurick played a role in trying to suppress the black ...

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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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Emmet Davitt, a natural prosecutor

Perhaps it’s just natural that Emmet Davitt is Maryland’s new state prosecutor. Except for spending the last three years as deputy counsel for the state Public Service Commission, Davitt’s entire legal career has been as a prosecutor, whether it was ...

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Top 5: Crystal balling the Md. state prosecutor pick

The reverberations from Jack Johnson’s witness- and evidence-tampering charges continued to be felt this week, both in Maryland and in the ranking of the top 5 most-read law stories at The Daily Record’s website. And in some good news, congrats ...

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O’Malley expected to select new Md. State Prosecutor by Thanksgiving

A list of three finalists to succeed retiring State Prosecutor Robert A. Rohrbaugh has been forwarded to Gov. Martin O’Malley, who is expected to make his selection by Thanksgiving, according to people familiar with the process. Outgoing five-term Charles County ...

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