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Woman Goes to Hospital for Back Surgery, But Doctor Removes Functioning Kidney
Woman Goes to Hospital for Back Surgery, But Doctor Removes Functioning Kidney

It sounds like an urban legend. A woman goes into a hospital for spinal surgery and, upon waking, finds out that one of her kidneys has been removed. It happened recently to a woman who went to a hospital for surgery on her back and also left without one of her kidneys. ...

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  • Lawsuits Over Background Checks Show Need for Expungement of Criminal Records

    Recent lawsuits by workers fired after employer background checks, that in some instances revealed charges that were many years old or inaccurate, ...

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  • Court Throws Out Evidence Resulting from Police Officer Leaning into Open Car Window

    Maryland’s Court of Special Appeals recently threw out evidence obtained after a Baltimore City police officer leaned into an open car window after a ...

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  • Maryland Drivers Face Expanded Liability Under "Move Over Law," "Block the Box"

    Maryland drivers, dubbed the worst in the nation by Allstate Insurance, will see the expanded reach on Oct. 1 of a little-known law that requires ...

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  • New Law Makes It Illegal for Maryland Police Officers to Have Sex with People in Custody

    A Prince George’s County police officer is facing rape and sexual assault charges after allegations surfaced that he ordered a woman in a car that he ...

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  • What Impact Does a Police Accident Report Have on a Maryland Auto Vehicle Accident?

    A police report can play a major role in how your insurance company views your Baltimore auto accident claim and can provide important information in ...

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  • Law Office of Thomas Maronick Jr LLC Named in Top 500 Fastest Growing Firms

    The Law Office of Thomas Maronick Jr LLC has more than 40 total years of legal experience handling criminal defense , personal injury , family law , ...

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  • Appeals Court Rejects Army Vet's Attempt to Stay off Maryland Sex Offender Registry

    A Maryland appeals court recently rejected an attempt by an Army veteran to avoid registering with the Maryland Sex Offender Registry. The man, a ...

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  • Bad Checks

    What is the Penalty for Writing Bad Checks in Maryland? A former Columbia, Maryland resident was recently sentenced to 18 months in jail after writing ...

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  • Credit Card Fraud

    What is the Penalty for Credit Card Fraud in Maryland? A Baltimore woman has been sentenced to four years in prison followed by five years of ...

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