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Maryland legislators debate lifting caps on how much cities can be forced to pay for rogue police actions

A Maryland Senate committee discussed a package of bills Wednesday aimed at increasing police accountability, including legislation that would eliminate the financial cap on what police departments are forced to pay for actions of their officers. The legislators debated state law that generally limits the amount local governments can be forced to pay at $400,000

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Civil Suit Filed In Fatal Pedestrian Accident

OCEAN CITY — The family of an Ocean City man struck and killed by a Maryland State Police (MSP) vehicle has filed a wrongful death civil suit against the trooper, the state and the Town of Ocean City. During the October 2017 Endless Summer Cruisin event, Thomas Lawlor, 57, of Ocean City, attempted to cross

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Suit filed in pedestrian death

Family requests jury trial in case involving trooper who hit man at 76th St. (May 17, 2019) The family of a man struck and killed by a state police car as he attempted to cross Coastal Highway in October 2017 filed a wrongful death lawsuit in federal court Tuesday against the Maryland State Police, the

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Md. State Police, Ocean City sued over 2017 pedestrian death

The family of a New Jersey man who was struck and killed by a Maryland State Police vehicle in 2017 filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday alleging negligence and wrongful death. Thomas Lawlor, 57, was in Ocean City for the Endless Summer Cruisin’ event in October 2017 when he was hit while crossing Coastal Highway near 76th Street.

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MAJ President Lawrence Greenberg Attends “A Conversation with U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder”

“Lawrence S. Greenberg, President-elect of the Maryland Association for Justice (MAJ) attended the University of Baltimore School of Law, “A Conversation with U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder”, for a rare opportunity to witness a timely and engaging conversation between Eric Holder, U.S. Attorney General, and Ronald Weich, UB School of Law dean.” Check out the

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Makia Smith Vs. Baltimore City Police Department

We are proud to represent Ms. Smith for the harms and losses she suffered when multiple Baltimore City police officers viciously attacked her, destroyed her cell phone that she used to record another officer abusing a child, then arrested and charged her for false charges that were ultimately dismissed. During the lengthy civil trial, the judge

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