Gray Case Motion Would Bar Attorneys From Sharing EvidenceOn the heels of a denial for a broad gag order in the case, Baltimore's top prosecutor on Monday asked a judge instead to bar attorneys representing the six police officers charged in Freddie Gray's death from sharing evidence before their trial.
Attorneys Representing Arrested Rioters Say Bail Too HighAttorneys are challenging the arrest of over 230 people during this week's violence and looting.
Commission To Discuss Bail Attorney MandateA commission established by Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley to oversee a program to provide defendants in criminal cases with attorneys for all bail hearings will meet to discuss its plans.
Committee Budgets $10 Million For Bail AttorneysThe committee fine-tuning Maryland's budget has allocated $10 million to have attorneys staff initial bail hearings during the next fiscal year.
Litigation Over What's Left Behind On The RiseLawyers who used to handle the occasional trust or will dispute are finding themselves in Orphans' Court more and more these days. For some, what was once a "spinoff" has turned into their main practice area.
Lawmakers Seeking Stop-Gap Answer To Bail ProblemLawmakers are looking for a stop-gap measure to fix problems with Maryland's bail system, starting this spring. Sen. Joseph Getty, R-Carroll, said they're hung up on disagreements about how dramatic these short-term changes should be.
Attorneys Ask Judges To Uphold Bail Hearing RulingAttorneys for indigent defendants are opposing Attorney General Douglas Gansler's call for Maryland's top court to overturn a landmark decision that says arrestees have a constitutional right to counsel at initial bail hearings.
Database Provides Information On Attorneys' WorkInjury lawyers in Maryland now have what may be the legal profession's equivalent of a rap sheet.
Holder Appoints 2 U.S. Attorneys To Lead Leaks ProbeTwo U.S. attorneys are taking over separate FBI investigations into leaks of national security information that critics have accused the White House of orchestrating to improve President Barack Obama's re-election chances, a claim Obama calls "offensive" and "wrong."
Md. Redistricting Lawsuit Hinges On Racial NumbersAs a three-judge panel heard arguments about whether Maryland's redistricting map dilutes the African-American vote, one of those judges said Tuesday he doesn't believe a case has been made to require a third black-majority congressional district.
Indicted Senator Seeks Return Of PassportAttorneys for indicted state Sen. Ulysses Currie are trying to get his passport back temporarily so he can attend a conference in Canada.

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