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Tag Archives: U.S. District Court

EEOC claims federal contractor retaliated against employee with disability

A Prince George's County contractor that provides personnel to the State Department has been accused of retaliating against an employee who was pursuing a complaint against the department and required accommodations for a disability.

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Baltimore, state seek dismissal from lawsuit over GTTF-related fatal crash

Baltimore and the state are asking a federal judge to dismiss them from a lawsuit over a fatal car chase initiated by members of the Gun Trace Task Force because state and federal law prohibit the claims against them.

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Plaintiffs in Baltimore jail litigation prepare motion alleging lack of compliance

The plaintiffs in ongoing litigation over conditions at the Baltimore City Detention Center will file a motion later this month to extend a 2016 settlement agreement beyond its original four years due to the state’s alleged lack of substantial compliance with a ...

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Md. juvenile lifers ask for ruling, injunction on parole system challenge

Individuals serving life sentences for crimes committed as juveniles are asking a federal judge to issue an injunction blocking the state's current parole system, which they claim is unconstitutional because it does not offer a meaningful opportunity for release.

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