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Baltimore bars police from immigration enforcement

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is issuing an executive order prohibiting police officers from asking about a person’s citizenship status. Rawlings-Blake issued the order Friday to all city agencies barring discrimination against immigrants. It bars use of city funds to investigate ...

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Gov’t close to resting case vs. accused leaker

FORT MEADE — The government neared completion of its case against the Army intelligence analyst blamed for the biggest leak of U.S. secrets in American history as the prosecution and defense wrangled over which parts of the proceedings should be ...

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CSA: State must honor witnesses’ rights

A Maryland appellate court has criticized Baltimore prosecutors and a judge for ignoring rules designed to protect reluctant witnesses who must be jailed to make sure they appear for trial. The intermediate Court of Special Appeals said prosecutors and the ...

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The comedy of trial dates

I was in Baltimore City Circuit Court last week for a half-day trial. Actually, I was in Baltimore City Circuit Court the week before for a half-day trial. There’s this Seinfeld episode that I love. (I know what you’re thinking ...

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