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Man Wrongly Convicted of Murder 25 Years Ago Finally Free

Defense attorneys and legal justice proponents rejoiced last week over news of the release of a 51-year-old New York man who was wrongly accused and convicted of a 1989 slaying in Brooklyn. Jonathan Fleming...

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Maryland Criminal Defense Attorney on Prayer Versus Medicine

Feb. 25, 2014 The fight for religious freedom may conjure up images of opposing groups waging war for the right to practice religion autonomously. But what happens when the fight for religious freedom emerges,...

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Columbia Mall Shootings Hit Home

By Price Benowitz Staff Writer Jan. 28, 2014 A 19-year-old man with no apparent motive shot two people dead and wounded another in a Columbia, Maryland, mall before taking his own life this past...

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Maryland Traffic Lawyers Help with School Bus Camera Tickets

By Price Benowitz Staff Writer Jan. 7, 2014 Drivers who illegally pass a school bus could face steep fines thanks to new photo-ticketing technology installed on Montgomery school buses in the New Year. The...

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Introducing Our New Pit Bull Lawyer

Price Benowitz is proud to introduce its newest member of the staff, Maryland criminal defense attorney Seth R. Okin Attorney at Law. In addition to his duties as a dedicated Maryland criminal defense lawyer...

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Maryland Criminal Attorney Helps Aide Accused in Sex Abuse Cases

Anyone who watches the news in the Baltimore area has probably seen the reports on the case involving allegations against an aide at the Maryland School for the Deaf. He was being prosecuted in...

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Why a Former Prosecutor Makes the Best Criminal Defense Lawyer

Written by Criminal Defense Attorney Colleen Kirby Nov. 22, 2013 As a former prosecutor, I have several unique advantages over my fellow defense attorneys when analyzing cases. First, I know exactly what evidence the...

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Maryland Court Fails To Rectify Decision Affecting Pit Bull Owners

There have been news articles, twitter posts, and Facebook support groups since the Maryland Court of Appeals’ ruling about pit bulls in Tracey v. Solesky. In that recent case, the Court of Appeals ruled...

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Supreme Court Could Help Decide DNA Case In Maryland

The Supreme Court announced on Monday that it might review a decision made by the Maryland Court of Appeals that could affect the way that law enforcement handles the investigation of serious criminal offenses...

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