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New Maryland Laws Take Effect October 1, 2017

New Maryland Laws Take Effect October 1, 2017

  • October 4, 2017
  • Clarissa Neumer
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ANNAPOLIS, MD – Have a bunch of fuzzy dice on hanging on your rearview mirror? You may want to take them down this weekend if they are getting in the way of your view through the windshield. Starting Sunday, it’s…

New Maryland law cleans up driving records

New Maryland law cleans up driving records

  • October 4, 2017
  • Clarissa Neumer
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Originally Posted in WTOP   WASHINGTON — A lot of Maryland drivers have much cleaner driving records than they did before the weekend began. Under a new law that took effect on Oct. 1, the state is automatically expunging hundreds of…

Downtown Chalking In Salisbury, MD

Downtown Chalking In Salisbury, MD

  • October 4, 2017
  • Clarissa Neumer
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Originally Posted in WBOC   SALISBURY, Md.- Authorities say two men have been charged with malicious destruction of property for chalking graffiti on downtown Salisbury sidewalks and buildings belonging to Wicomico County, including the courthouse. The two men were identified as…

WBOC: Attorney Searching for Answers in Excessive Force Case

WBOC: Attorney Searching for Answers in Excessive Force Case

  • March 2, 2017
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Originally Published in WBOC SALISBURY, Md. – The Salisbury attorney representing the teenager claiming excessive force was used against him by a Salisbury police officer says he is still waiting for answers about missing dash camera video and is taking…

WBOC: SPD Officer Faces Two Lawsuits Alleging Excessive Force

WBOC: SPD Officer Faces Two Lawsuits Alleging Excessive Force

  • March 2, 2017
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Originally Published in WBOC SALISBURY, Md.- It is the second time in one week that a lawsuit has been filed against the Salisbury Police Department and one of its officers. In the first lawsuit, Attorney Luke Rommel is representing Curtis…

WMDT: New law gives some a second chance in Maryland

WMDT: New law gives some a second chance in Maryland

  • March 2, 2017
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Originally Published in WMDT MARYLAND – Possessing a controlled dangerous substance, malicious destruction of property and prostitution are some of the charges that you’ll be able to get shielded from the public starting Thursday under Maryland’s Second Chance Act. Local…

WMDT: City of Salisbury facing federal lawsuit

WMDT: City of Salisbury facing federal lawsuit

  • March 2, 2017
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Originally Published in WMDT SALISBURY, Md. – The city of Salisbury is now facing a lawsuit in federal court for allegations of police brutality. Robert Dashiell was stopped in October 2014 for a traffic stop. During a search of Dashiell’s…

WMDT: Former SU students found not guilty

WMDT: Former SU students found not guilty

  • March 2, 2017
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Previously Published in WMDT Salisbury, Md. – Two out of three former Salisbury University students suing the Salisbury Police Department were found not guilty on Wednesday. Abdi Geleta and Curtis Adams were found not guilty on charges of disorderly conduct….

WMDT: Prosecuting repeat sex offenders

WMDT: Prosecuting repeat sex offenders

  • March 2, 2017
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Previously Published in WMDT … 47ABC spoke with defense attorney Luke Rommel about the bill.  He says that everyone is entitled to a presumption of innocence, and just because there may be prior convictions, does not mean that you are…

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