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New prosecutor, GBC on the same page

It’s no coincidence that the Greater Baltimore Committee’s best-practices recommendations for the Baltimore City State’s Attorney seemingly dovetail with initiatives already proposed by Gregg Bernstein. Bernstein met with committee members as state’s attorney-elect and occasionally joined them as they met ...

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Bernstein’s swearing in well attended

Baltimore City State’s Attorney Gregg Bernstein took his ceremonial oath of office Tuesday evening at a grand courthouse gathering that brimmed with optimism about the new top prosecutor while acknowledging the difficulty of his task. The first such event since ...

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New state’s attorney hopes to restore P.G. County’s reputation (access required)

Being the first woman elected state’s attorney in Prince George’s County carries with it an extra obligation to succeed in the position, said Angela Alsobrooks, who will take office on Tuesday. Young women and girls — including her 5-year-old daughter, ...

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Top 5: Bernstein, the ‘cloud’ and 2 suits dismissed (access required)

Gregg Bernstein’s appointment of two lawyers to key posts on his staff was the top staff story in law this week. Following closely behind were two lawsuits dismissed by judges. 1. Bernstein names Elizabeth Embry, George Hazel to leadership posts ...

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Annapolis mayor announces new security after City Hall vault theft

ANNAPOLIS — Annapolis Mayor Josh Cohen has initiated new security measures at City Hall after more than $150,000 in checks and cash were stolen from a vault in June. The city announced Thursday that Annapolis police found a suspect in ...

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Gregg Bernstein: Full audio interview (access required)

Listen to The Daily Record’s exclusive Newsmakers interview with Baltimore City State’s Attorney-elect Gregg Bernstein, where he talks about his plans for the office when he begins in January. The hour-long interview, lead by Daily Record Legal Affairs Reporter Brendan ...

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Editorial Advisory Board: For Bernstein, hope is easy; change is hard

We congratulate Gregg Bernstein. His decision to leave private practice to run for Baltimore City State’s Attorney reflects courage and commitment. His election signaled a desire in our community for more effective leadership in dealing with crime. But, as with ...

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Top 5 stories in law this week: “He was a real teddy bear” (access required)

A local judge’s death and more legal foreclosure news topped this week’s headlines. Here are this week’s top five most read staff stories in law on The Daily Record’s website: 1. Friends eulogize Judge Prevas Friends, courthouse colleagues and family ...

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