COURT NEWS: Maskless Entry to Courthouse Results in Arrest of Former School Board Candidate; May Launch Dawn Keen to Victory as County Commissioner

COURT NEWS: Maskless Entry to Courthouse Results in Arrest of Former School Board Candidate; May Launch Dawn Keen to Victory as Calvert Commissioner PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – In Virginia, the Governor has now rescinded the prior order for the wearing of masks in schools.  The CDC and top United States officials such as Dr. Anthony […]

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COURT NEWS: Federal Grand Jury indicts Baltimore City States Attorney Marilyn Mosby for perjury; claimed her pay was impacted by Covid in grabbing retirement funds to use for Florida play-pad; alleged to have lied on loan applications for mortgage about owing IRS

Baltimore, Maryland – A federal grand jury January 13, 2022, returned an indictment charging Marilyn J. Mosby, age 41, of Baltimore, Maryland, on federal charges of perjury and making false mortgage applications, relating to the purchases of two vacation homes in Florida.  The defendant will have an initial appearance in U.S. District Court in Baltimore, […]

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CHANGING THE COURTS: Maryland Governor Larry Hogan continues to put his stamp on the Maryland judiciary with new appointments in Charles, Montgomery, Caroline, Howard, and Dorchester; adds flavor to Appeals Court with Tang

Governor Hogan Announces Three Judicial AppointmentsFills Vacancies in Montgomery County, Charles County ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan announced on January 12, 2022, that he has appointed Patrick Jeffrey Mays and Michael Ormond Glynn III to the Montgomery County District Court and Magistrate Monise Alexis Brown to Charles County Circuit Court. “It is my pleasure to appoint these distinguished individuals to serve in […]

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PRESIDENTIAL ENDS: President Harry Truman’s Presidential final train stump for Democratic candidate Adlai Stevenson in October of 1952

When President John F. Kennedy, Forty-Five Years Old, Began His Presidency, President Harry S. Truman Was Seventy-Seven Years Old and Had Left Office Eight Years Earlier When Dwight Eisenhower Was Elected. Harry S. Truman was the only American president to serve in World War One.  He was promoted to the rank of captain during the […]

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