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Sun StaffLucky timing and a prompt response by the University of Maryland to allegations that one of its coaches paid money to a prospective football player might have spared the school and the player serious consequences, experts say. NCAA rules forbid anyone...
SunSpot StaffJames L. Shea, managing partner of Venable, Baetjer and Howard, one of Baltimore's largest law firms, was elected chairman of the Downtown Partnership earlier this year. He recently discussed his plans for the firm, managing a legal business in an...
Sun National StaffSecond of two parts HOLLYWOOD, Fla. - Donald Trump thought it couldn't be done. He'd exercised all his usual charms to land a casino development deal with the Seminole Tribe of Florida - hiring lobbyists, wheedling politicians, indulging tribal leaders...
Sun StaffAn inmate who died after a violent struggle with correctional staff at a Western Maryland prison last year was handled appropriately and did not appear to be in medical distress after the encounter, according to court papers filed by state lawyers...
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Sun Staff and Orlando SentinelMicronesians and Marshall Islanders recruited to work in the United States by "body brokers" may now be able to get free legal assistance in Florida and Maryland. But a ruling by the U.S. Legal Services Corp. still bars them from receiving legal aid from...
Tags: Legal Service, Lawyers, Labor Legislation, Maryland, Kissimmee
Sun ReporterThe Chimes, a highly respected, Baltimore-based nonprofit group that provides jobs and care for the disabled, paid three top executives $2.44 million over three years that it failed to disclose in Internal Revenue Service filings of Chimes Inc. and its...
Sun StaffSince Del. Donald H. Dwyer Jr. arrived in the State House a year ago, he has sued another delegate, accused nine Democrats of casting "anti-American" votes and admonished Annapolis' mayor to be a "true American." Last month, the first-term Republican...
Newsday Staff WriterIt may be Martha Stewart's high-profile day in court, but the woman who will command the stage starting next week is a petite, reserved 74-year-old whose daily attire will be basic black. Manhattan U.S. District Court Judge Miriam Goldman Cedarbaum,...
Sun StaffThe No. 7 elevated train clanks and squeals along the rooftops of Queens, scattering pigeons on the way past Shea Stadium, sliding by graffiti on brick and rusty steel. The riders, a polyglot mix, study textbooks, argue into cell phones, chat in Korean,...
Sun StaffA lawyer for the man accused of shooting the Rev. Maurice J. Blackwell said yesterday that at least two more people have come forward with new allegations that the Catholic priest abused them sexually decades ago, including at St. Mary's Seminary. The...
The Associated PressHere are the key players in the Microsoft antitrust case: - Bill Gates, 47, Microsoft Corp.'s chairman. After dropping out of Harvard University, co-founded Microsoft in 1975 with Paul Allen. Even with the country's technology slump, still America's...
Sun StaffIn the wee hours of May 21, an Army Humvee on night patrol in Iraq hit a bump and flipped. An American soldier was crushed to death, and the driver - a 25-year-old sergeant from Dundalk with an infectious smile - faces the possibility of life in prison....
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