Senate passes bill allowing prior bad acts evidence at rape trials
House gives preliminary OK to similar bill
By: Steve Lash
Daily Record Legal Affairs Writer
March 16, 2018
The Senate on Friday passed legislation to permit the prosecution to introduce as evidence at trial an accused rapist’s prior sexual assaults.
Senate panel weighs threats of mass violence Bill filed in wake of deadly Fla. school shooting makes threats against minors a more serious offense By: Steve Lash Daily Record Legal Affairs Writer March 15, 2018 ANNAPOLIS – Amid students' dramatic calls for change following a deadly school shooting in Florida, a Senate panel heard conflicting testimony Thursday on legislation to make it a crime to knowingly threaten violence that would seriously injure to at least five people if it were...
Barbera receives First Citizen Award, tells senators it’s ‘not about us’ By: Steve Lash Daily Record Legal Affairs Writer March 14, 2018 ANNAPOLIS – Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera received the Senate’s highest award for governmental service Wednesday, telling the senators she shares with them the privilege, responsibility and obligation to serve their fellow Marylanders. “It is not about us as individuals,” Barbera said from the Senate rostrum after receiving the First...
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