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A state task force composed of police, mental health advocates and gun rights representatives began its look Tuesday at whether Maryland laws governing gun access by the mentally ill should be changed. Questions the 17-member panel will consider...
Downers Grove retiree Robert Govenat was on the computer every day, watching prices of his stocks go down. It was November 2007, and a bear market was threatening. "He was about to have a nervous breakdown or a heart attack," recalls his wife, Jan, a...
The Anne Arundel County Council can begin the process of replacing Councilman Daryl D. Jones next week when he begins serving a five-month federal prison sentence, a judge ruled Wednesday. Judge Raymond G. Thieme Jr., a retired Court of Special Appeals...
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Though just two Baltimore officers accused of taking kickbacks from Majestic Auto Repair are on trial this week in federal court, witnesses, prosecutors and attorneys have broadly described police behaving badly. One of the defendants falsified police...
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Special to the TribuneAn Aurora woman convicted of killing five teens in a drunken driving accident should get a new sentencing hearing because of vague language in Illinois DUI laws, her attorney told an appellate court panel Monday. The three justices from the 2nd Appellate...
A deputy state's attorney for Brown County whose supporters say was a strong advocate for children has been fired. Brandon Taliaferro, who worked at the state's attorney's office for just more than three years and handled juvenile crime and child abuse...
The Maryland attorney general's office argued in a lengthy legal brief, filed in the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, that a convicted child rapist serving four life terms should not be offered a second chance to take a plea deal years after the fact,...
A jury says the owner of an adult group home in Martinsville is guilty of abuse. Richard Wagoner ran The Claye Corporation. Investigators say in February 2011, one of the residents, Joseph Tuggle, was forced under a faucet with scalding hot water. ...
L.A. NOWThe Attorney General’s opinion issued this week says that a police department can establish guidelines allowing an impounded vehicle to be released in less than 30 days. “In our view, it is entirely appropriate for various agencies to adapt...
Staff WriterThe amount of water required to be transferred by the Imperial Irrigation District to urban areas may never be available. Quantification Settlement Agreement funds have been offsetting costs of the water department. The local water district should...
Staff WriterAction by the Imperial Irrigation District has been led by litigation for the past few years, but more talk needs to be happening between agencies in the Imperial Valley. It’s one of the top messages consulting attorney Charles T. DuMars...
Daily American Staff WriterMeyersdale Borough Council approved the hiring of a new solicitor Tuesday. Council hired attorney Patrick Fanelli of Andrews & Beard Law Offices, Altoona, to represent the borough. Fanelli takes over for Patrick Svonavec. Council President Martha...
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