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Judge rules Baltimore mayor had power to institute Curfew

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BALTIMORE — A Baltimore judge Tuesday upheld the authority of the city’s mayor to declare a curfew. The ruling came as part of the case against Andy Schmidt, a man arrested for allegedly violating the 10 p.m. curfew on May 1. On that day, the same day criminal charges were filed against the six… Read More »

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Judge Upholds Mayor’s Curfew Authority While Dismissing Charge

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By Justin Fenton The Baltimore Sun Baltimore circuit judge upheld Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s authority to impose a curfew amid the unrest following the death of Freddie Gray, while dismissing a curfew violation charge against an Annapolis man arrested outside City Hall. Circuit Judge Paul Alpert determined that a curfew was within Rawlings-Blake’s powers as… Read More »

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Former Prince George’s officer convicted of beating U-Md. student can clear record

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Long before John McKenna enrolled at Catholic University law school, he learned how unpredictable the legal system can be. In March 2010, McKenna, then a junior at the University of Maryland, was beaten by two Prince George’s County police officers as he headed to a bar with his friend. One officer was acquitted and… Read More »

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Grand jury: Deputies justified in Vail shooting death

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Saturday, November 16, 2013 2:00 am By Danielle E. Gaines News-Post Staff The Frederick County grand jury decided Friday that the use of force by Frederick County sheriff’s deputies was justified in the shooting death of Daniel Alain Vail. Vail, 19, died Jan. 10 when members of the sheriff’s office’s Special Services Team entered… Read More »

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