The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday affirmed a $1 million judgment against Universal Elections and its owner, Julius Henson, for violating federal law by sending recorded telephone messages to more than 112,000 Democrats in Baltimore city and Prince George’s County on Election Day 2010, saying they should “relax” because the Democrats had already “taken it back.”Read More »
A federal judge on Tuesday ordered Universal Elections and its owner, Julius Henson, to pay a total of $1 million to the state for violating federal law by sending recorded telephone messages to more than 112,000 Democrats in Baltimore city ...
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In the third day of the trial of political consultant Julius Henson on charges of election fraud, his only employee reluctantly testified about the robocalls at the center of the case and her opinion that they were designed to be ...Read More »
With foreclosures still making headlines nationally, Maryland’s attorney general suing over Election Day robocalls and a verdict for a mother and son involving an umbilical cord, The Daily Record’s legal affairs writers had an interesting week. Here are this week’s ...Read More »
Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler on Wednesday filed a complaint in federal court against Universal Elections Inc., Julius Henson and Rhonda Russell, alleging violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. The trio are alleged to have initiated more than 112,000 ...Read More »