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  • Judge dismisses motions on land swap for new Mays Chapel school

    Judge dismisses motions on land swap for new Mays Chapel school
    A Baltimore County Circuit Court judge dismissed a pair of motions filed by Baltimore County and the Save Mays Chapel Park Committee Tuesday, extending the long-running legal wrangling between the two parties over the process used to secure the land for...
  • Firefighters set 'Shamrock' mansion ablaze in Bel Air [50 years ago]

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, October 10, 1963: More than 70 firemen from all over Harford County set fire 50 years ago this week to the "Shamrock" mansion atop Archer's Hill on the edge of town. Ten fire trucks were on hand as the...
  • Heroin dealer gets mandatory term of life without parole

    Heroin dealer gets mandatory term of life without parole
    A federal judge reluctantly handed down what she called an "extremely severe and harsh" life sentence without parole Tuesday to a 47-year-old heroin dealer convicted of trafficking the drug from New York to Baltimore. District Judge Catherine C. Blake...
  • Gus Brown honored by national trial lawyers organization

    Gus Brown honored by national trial lawyers organization
    The law firm of Brown, Brown & Young, P.A., has announced that its principal member Augustus F. "Gus" Brown has been named a Diplomate of the American Association for Justice, formerly known as the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. The honor...
  • Judge denies legal fees in poultry pollution suit

    Judge denies legal fees in poultry pollution suit
    A federal judge on Tuesday denied a bid by poultry producer Perdue and an Eastern Shore farmer to make the Waterkeeper Alliance pay more than $3 million in attorneys' fees for its failed lawsuit alleging that the company and its contract grower were...
  • Impeach this Congress

    I am growing increasingly frustrated by not just Republican intransigence on funding the government (as required by the Constitution) but by the ridiculous coverage given to the issue by the media. No, this is not a budget debate. The Affordable Care...
  • Clear Channel sues Baltimore, calls new billboard tax 'unconstitutional'

    Clear Channel sues Baltimore, calls new billboard tax 'unconstitutional'
    Arguing that billboards should be protected as free speech by the First Amendment, media firm Clear Channel Outdoor has filed a federal lawsuit against Baltimore and its new billboard tax. Baltimore began imposing a tax last month on billboard...
  • American runner criticizes Russia's anti-gay law after winning medal in Moscow

    American runner criticizes Russia's anti-gay law after winning medal in Moscow
    After Nick Symmonds won a silver medal at the World Athletics Championships in Moscow, the American distance runner became the first foreign athlete to openly condemn Russia's anti-gay law on Russian soil. And so far, for what it's worth, he hasn't been...
  • Kinyua guilty, not criminally responsible in cannibalism case

    Kinyua guilty, not criminally responsible in cannibalism case
    Alexander Kinyua pleaded guilty Monday to charges that he killed a family friend with an ax and ate his heart, and a Harford County judge found the defendant not criminally responsible for the act because of mental illness. The decision means Kinyua, 22,...
  • Sound sentence for Manning

     Sound sentence for Manning
    Col. Denise R. Lind, the Army judge who sentenced Pfc. Bradley Manning to 35 years in prison today after finding him guilty of turning hundreds of thousands of classified documents over to the anti-secrecy site WikiLeaks, clearly did not buy prosecutors'...
  • Why we still march

    Why we still march
    Constance Baker Motley, the great civil rights lawyer with the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, was not planning to attend the now-famous civil rights March on Washington 50 years ago this month. She was exhausted. As one of Martin Luther King's lawyers during...
  • Delay in ACA's employer mandate nothing to celebrate

    Delay in ACA's employer mandate nothing to celebrate
    The glee with which Republicans greeted the delay in the employer coverage provision of the Affordable Care Act is heartless. Although it is politically motivated, such reveling will prove to be a political obstacle to Republican election chances in 2014....