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Kids Suing Parents: Bringing Back Old Fashioned Discipline

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— March 14, 2014 The legal world (as well as social media) has been ablaze as a result of 18-year-old Rachel Canning’s attempt to sue her parents for living expenses. Shortly after Rachel’s lawsuit became public, there have been some reports that 80’s television star “Mr. T” was sued by a man claiming to… Read More »

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Filing a Complaint Against an Insurance Company in Maryland

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The Health Education and Advocacy Unit of the Consumer Protection Division of the of office of the Maryland Attorney General helps consumers whose health plan has refused to cover a medical procedure or to pay for a medical service that has already been provided. Maryland law allows both consumers and providers, on behalf of… Read More »

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About Cyberbullying, How to Handle it..

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Reprinted from “Stop Bullying” A public service announcement by U.S. Department of Health & Human Services When cyberbullying happens, it is important to document and report the behavior so it can be addressed. Steps to Take Immediately Report Cyberbullying to Online Service Providers Report Cyberbullying to Law Enforcement Report Cyberbullying to Schools Steps to… Read More »

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The Importance of Victim Impact Statements

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Reprinted from the Baltimore City State’s Attorney Website Crime victims have the right to submit what are known as victim impact statements, and the State’s Attorney’s Office strongly encourages victims to exercise this important right. What is a victim impact statement? In an impact statement, a victim provides an explanation of how the crime… Read More »

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Your Rights as Victim of Crime

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Obtain information about your case, including current status Participate in programs and services available in your local area: Financial Assistance Crisis intervention services Domestic violence programs Crime victim advocates Counseling Support groups Receive and submit a “Crime Victim Notification Request and Demand for Rights Form” Attend all adult and certain juvenile criminal justice proceedings… Read More »

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Caregiver Guilty of Assault on Vulnerable Adult in Baltimore County Chimes, Inc. Employee struck special needs client during park visit

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BALTIMORE, MD ( Jan. 11, 2012) – Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler announced today that Angel Luyanda, 48, of Baltimore City, was convicted in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County of one count of Assault in the Second Degree. The Honorable Sherrie R. Bailey sentenced Luyanda to three years in the Division of Corrections,… Read More »

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Baltimore County officer arrested in domestic dispute

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A Baltimore County police officer was arrested Tuesday night and charged with assaulting his ex-girlfriend and pointing a handgun in her direction, according to authorities and court documents. Officer Brian Eaton, a 5-year veteran assigned to the Pikesville Precinct, was charged with first and second degree assault, false imprisonment and destruction of property. Police… Read More »

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AG Gansler’s Consumer Protection Division Orders Two Tree Service Operators to Return Money to Consumers

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BALTIMORE, MD (Oct. 5, 2011) – Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler announced today that his Consumer Protection Division has issued a Cease and Desist Order requiring two unlicensed tree service operators to pay restitution to consumers and to stop selling tree removal and other landscaping services in Maryland unless they obtain the required license…. Read More »

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State Highway Administration Employee Charged with Felony Theft

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BALTIMORE, MD (Oct. 5, 2011) – Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler announced today that former State Highway Administration employee Joseph Miklochik of Baltimore, has been charged with one count of Felony Theft Scheme in Baltimore City Circuit Court. An arraignment date has been set for November 1, 2011. The charges allege that between January… Read More »

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Man wins lawsuit in Little Italy feud Jury finds that mother, daughter conspired against area leader

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By Allison Klein Sun Staff Originally published September 20, 2002 A simmering, eight-year feud in Little Italy culminated yesterday when a Baltimore jury awarded the community association president more than $163,000, finding that his neighborhood nemeses conspired against him. “They tried to make me look like a bad person and they failed,” said plaintiff… Read More »

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