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Tag Archives: U.S. District Court

Assistant pleads guilty in historic document theft

A presidential historian’s assistant pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiring to steal valuable documents from archives throughout the Northeast. Jason Savedoff, 24, entered the plea in U.S. District Court in Baltimore. Savedoff and historian Barry Landau were charged in July with ...

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Maryland resident files lawsuit on redistricting map

GREENBELT — A Maryland man has sued over Gov. Martin O’Malley’s congressional redistricting map. Smithsburg resident Howard Gorrell, who attended all 12 redistricting hearings this summer, filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Greenbelt on Thursday. Gorrell contends the ...

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City opts to settle lawsuit with police helicopter pilot

Baltimore’s spending panel is scheduled to vote Wednesday on a $245,000 settlement for a decorated helicopter pilot who says he was ostracized and tricked into resigning from the city police department after he wrote a letter about deficiencies and waste ...

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Lt. Gov. Brown testifies in Currie’s bribery trial

Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown has testified that he considers state Sen. Ulysses Currie a mentor and a man of strong integrity. Brown testified on Monday in Currie’s federal bribery trial. Currie, a Democrat who represents Prince George’s County, is ...

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Top 5: ‘We don’t want that power usurped from us’

Delays continue in Maryland’s top court, and the Student Bar Association president at the University of Baltimore School of Law is trying to keep students updated on the search for a new dean. Those stories and more in this week’s ...

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Top 5: ‘…justice delayed is justice denied’

Our Maryland Lawyer cover story on the Maryland Court of Appeals made the top 5 this week, as did a story about In-N-Out Burger suing Grab-N-Go. Those stories and more in this week’s legal affairs top 5. 1. City set ...

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Top 5: ‘This is a case for justice, not money’

A disbarred Maryland lawyer is fighting to get her license back, and a Baltimore City judge “axed” a lawsuit filed by an entrepreneur who sought to halt tree clearing for the Baltimore Grand Prix. Those stories and more in this ...

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Top 5: ‘It is what it is’

A tip-pooling case involving a South Baltimore tavern owner has settled, and the city takes steps to prevent more misconduct in its police department. Those stories and more in this week’s legal affairs top 5. 1. Baltimore tavern owner settles ...

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