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December 8, 1995
5 Md. Legislators Have Concealed Weapons Permits

ANNAPOLIS – As the three men barreled toward him late one night after session, Del

September 26, 1995
Baltimore Woman Burned by Acid Will Get Jury Trial, Court Rules

ANNAPOLIS – The Maryland Court of Special Appeals ruled Tuesday that a Baltimore woman burned by sulfuric acid in an on- the-job railroad accident two years ago must be given a jury trial in her case against CSX Transportation Inc

September 28, 1995
Court Backs Hospital for Firing Worker Who Hit Patient,

ANNAPOLIS – The Court of Special Appeals on Thursday upheld the firing of a Salisbury hospital worker for striking a restrained patient who had bitten him

December 1, 1995
Court of Appeals Decision Will Have Little Impact, Experts Say

ANNAPOLIS – Legal and civil rights experts say there will be little impact from this week’s Court of Appeals decision that white jurors cannot be excluded on the basis of race

November 2, 1995
Court Orders Cut in Payments to Retired Baltimore Firefighter

ANNAPOLIS – The Maryland Court of Special Appeals said Thursday that a Baltimore firefighter’s pension and workers compensation had to be reduced to the level of his weekly salary at retirement