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December 20, 2002
Baltimore Judges Demand, Get, a Break in Way Sentences are Calculated

WASHINGTON – It’s not a typical boast, but Baltimore City circuit judges were pleased to drop recently from No

November 7, 2002
Congressional Challengers Find Power of Incumbency Almost Impossible to Beat

WASHINGTON – Maryland voters sent six of seven congressional incumbents back to Washington by wide margins Tuesday, a testament to the power of incumbency that was repeated across the country

November 8, 2002
Congressional Losers Spend Less Time Licking Wounds Than Looking to 2004

WASHINGTON – Don DeArmon went to work on Capitol Hill last week, not as a new member of the 108th Congress, but as a congressional staffer — just as he was before Tuesday’s election

October 18, 2002
DeArmon Optimistic in Rematch With Bartlett; Others Expect Repeat of 2000

WASHINGTON – Don DeArmon knows something about the upcoming election in Maryland’s 6th District that seemingly no one else does

November 13, 2002
Federal Judge Allows Worker’s Eavesdropping Case Against Company to Proceed

WASHINGTON – A federal judge has refused to dismiss an invasion of privacy suit by a Landover woman who said her supervisors and co-workers eavesdropped on phone calls to her at home