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  • Maryland medical-marijuana commissioner under fire in lawsuit

    Maryland medical-marijuana commissioner under fire in lawsuit
    Col. Harry "Buddy" Robshaw III, the police chief in Cheverly, sits on the Natalie M. Laprade Medical Marijuana Commission, which is charged with crafting the regulatory regime that intends to provide an avenue for lawful production and distribution of...
  • "K" Line charged in Maryland for violating Sherman Antitrust Act

    "K" Line charged in Maryland for violating Sherman Antitrust Act
    “K” Line, the trade name for the Japanese transportation giant Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd., the world’s 16th largest container transportation and shipping company, was charged criminally this morning in Maryland federal court for...
  • Charles Village community activist Sharon Guida sentenced to three years probation for theft scheme

    Charles Village community activist Sharon Guida sentenced to three years probation for theft scheme
    Longtime Charles Village community activist Sharon Guida was sentenced to three years probation today in circuit court, after she and several supporters said her activism itself led to her theft of over $50,000 from a local bank.   "I'm going to make...
  • Wandering Eye: "Homicide" wrongful-conviction case revived, Home Depot breach, and RuPaul on Facebook

    Wandering Eye: "Homicide" wrongful-conviction case revived, Home Depot breach, and RuPaul on Facebook
    The Washington Post reports that James Owens’ wrongful-conviction lawsuit against Baltimore police, dismissed two years ago by a federal judge, has been revived by a federal appeals court. City Paper last year published a lengthy story about two...
  • The Counselor

    The Counselor
    Maryland criminal-defense attorney Kenneth Ravenell has been called the “MVP” of the Baltimore defense bar, a man whose arguments once convinced the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold a ruling that a murder defendant’s statements were...
  • Member of "Baltimore Four" reviews "Hit & Stay" on 45th anniversary of Catonsville Nine action

    David Eberhardt, 72,  was a member of the Baltimore Four, who poured blood on draft files in Baltimore to protest the Vietnam War in 1967. For that he spent 21 months in federal prison, mainly at Lewisburg, Pa. He is a poet with three books of poetry....
  • News Hole

    The Sun's William Patalon III on the Verizon/MCI merger. The score: Verizon employs more than 10,000 in Md., MCI about 1,000. Del. Dr. Dan K. Morhaim (D-Baltimore County) charged by state medical disciplinary board with mishandling three living wills....
  • Waxing Poetic

    Ever wonder what goes on in the mind of a politician when he or she is not busy thinking about getting re-elected? Neither do we, but nonetheless, we have been offered the opportunity to get a deeper glimpse into the psyche of one local pol who...
  • What a Wonderful World

    News From Elsewhere That's Probably News To You When it was discovered that British 12-year-old Hannah Clark's body was rejecting the heart transplanted into her chest 10 years before, doctors removed the donated heart and restarted her original heart,...
  • At Auction

    ACORN wants to stop foreclosures, but it's too late in this case Mike from Alex Cooper Auctioneers is a stout, gray-bearded fellow with a cell phone clipped to his ear. At 11 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 30, he is standing on the top step in front of the Clarence...
  • A Scandal? Maybe, but It's Kinda Hard to Tell

    WYPR aired a fascinating report by Sunni Khalid this morning. In the piece, Khalid said that Baltimore's State's Attorney Patricia Jessamy had made claims at a law enforcement meeting last month that bail bondsmen were seizing their errant customers'...
  • Defame Game: Mortgage Broker David Carey Fles Suit Against Former Customer David Esteppe

    A prominent Canton-area mortgage broker has sued a property investor for defaming him in a Feb. 21 City Paper article. David Carey filed a complaint July 12 in Baltimore City Circuit Court, claiming defamation, "false light," "injurious falsehood," and...