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  • Two School Bus Crashes in Anne Arundel, Montgomery Counties Raise Questions About Fault & Liability
    Two School Bus Crashes in Anne Arundel, Montgomery Counties Raise Questions About Fault & Liability

    A school bus with at least 12 children on board overturned during a crash with an SUV in Anne Arundel County on Wednesday, November 7th. Two days earlier, a school bus carrying middle school students ...

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  • Maryland Police Officer Charged with Rape and Assault
    Maryland Police Officer Charged with Rape and Assault

    By: Allan M. Siegel All sexual assaults are unjustifiable crimes, and those committed by officials sworn to protect the public from harm are especially troubling. In one recent case, a Prince George’s ...

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  • Dallas Police Officer Fatally Shoots Innocent Man in His Own Apartment
    Dallas Police Officer Fatally Shoots Innocent Man in His Own Apartment

    By: Matthew Tievsky Another wrongful shooting by a police officer has set off an uproar around the country. On September 6, Dallas police officer Amber Guyger finished her shift and was still in her ...

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  • Loose Beach Umbrella Impales Woman on Maryland Beach
    Loose Beach Umbrella Impales Woman on Maryland Beach

    By: Joseph Cammarata On Sunday July 22, a woman was struck by a loose umbrella and impaled in the chest while visiting a Maryland Beach. The incident is the second case within a week in the local area ...

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  • Family of Undercover Detective Shot by Police Officer Files Lawsuit Against Prince George's County
    Family of Undercover Detective Shot by Police Officer Files Lawsuit Against Prince George's County

    By: Allan M. Siegel In June, the family of a fallen undercover police officer filed a lawsuit against Prince George’s County and the county police officer who fired the fatal shots and who acted ...

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  • Metro Required to Upgrade Trains to Correct Serious Safety Hazard for People with Disabilities
    Metro Required to Upgrade Trains to Correct Serious Safety Hazard for People with Disabilities

    By: CSCS In January of 2016, safety and disabilities advocates identified the 'between car barriers' as a safety hazard for people with disabilities. In summary, it was too large of a gap, and people ...

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