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Sun reporterFrom the 17-year-old D.C. sniper to a disgraced state politician, the new attorney for a 15-year-old Cockeysville youth who police say confessed to fatally shooting his family last weekend has had his share of high-visibility clients. Joshua R. Treem,...
Sun reportersMaryland state prosecutors raided the home of Mayor Sheila Dixon yesterday as part of an investigation into past spending practices at City Hall, the most aggressive move so far in the years-long probe. After spending more than seven hours inside,...
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sun ReporterState Sen. Ulysses Currie is entitled to have copies of materials seized from his home during an FBI raid in May, as well as the search warrant affidavit filed by the U.S. attorney's office, federal Magistrate Judge Paul W. Grimm ruled yesterday. Currie,...
sun reporterA trial of former state Sen. Thomas L. Bromwell could pull some of the most influential leaders in Annapolis into a courtroom, focusing attention on how relationships between politicians and business leaders - often built through money and favors - can...
Sun StaffEven as House Speaker Casper R. Taylor Jr. awaits the final vote count in his tight Western Maryland delegate race, the leading contenders to replace him as the House of Delegates' leader are angling to secure the post. Dels. Michael E. Busch, an Anne...
Sun StaffIn legislative primaries marked by the upheaval of legislative redistricting and several prominent retirements, incumbents lost in Dundalk and Towson, as did candidates backed by powerful state senators in Owings Mills and Randallstown. The most...
Sun StaffLONG CONSIDERED the most formidable potential candidate for Baltimore County executive in 2002, state Sen. Thomas L. Bromwell now seems inclined to seek re-election. The senator once said he was "leaning" toward trying to succeed County Executive C.A....
Sun StaffDel. James F. Ports Jr. has repeatedly said he would do anything to help Rep. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s gubernatorial run, but now the Ehrlich campaign is distancing itself from Ports' bid to win a seat on the Baltimore County Council. Proving the point,...
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