ANNAPOLIS — A government watchdog group called on the Maryland General Assembly’s ethics panel on Thursday to open proceedings on Sen. Ulysses Currie’s failure to disclose work for a grocery store chain. Jurors who acquitted Currie in November of conspiracy, ...Read More »
Hollywood Diner gets a reprieve Contrary to reports and rumors, Baltimore’s Hollywood Diner is not about to close. The diner, which Barry Levinson used in his 1982 movie “Diner” and then donated to the city, will stay open at least through ...Read More »
State Sen. Ulysses S. Currie’s bribery trial, which began Monday with the selection and swearing-in of a jury, may feature a “Who’s Who” of Maryland politics as he fights federal charges of accepting more than $245,000 for using his office ...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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State Sen. Ulysses S. Currie will have the summer to prepare for trial in his bribery case after all. U.S. District Judge Richard D. Bennett denied a postponement request from the powerful legislator’s lawyers last fall, but recent developments in ...Read More »