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Court Revives Lawsuit Alleging Negligence in Deaths from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning After Repair Work Fails to Identify Defective Flue Pipes
Court Revives Lawsuit Alleging Negligence in Deaths from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning After Repair Work Fails to Identify Defective Flue Pipes

A lawsuit over the deaths of five people from carbon monoxide poisoning at an Oxon Hill, Maryland house after the home’s bathroom ventilation fan was connected to the flue will move forward after Maryland’s intermediate appeals court reinstated the claims. When someone in ...

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  • Maryland Car Owners No Longer Responsible for Driver Negligence that Occurs While They are Passengers

    Maryland’s top court recently denounced as “obsolete,” a legal doctrine that allowed the negligence of the driver to be held against a car’s owner if ...

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    A priest who once worked at Loyola University Maryland was removed from his ministry duties in Pennsylvania after allegations of inappropriate sexual ...

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  • Smell of Marijuana Provides Probable Cause to Arrest, Maryland Court Says

    Even though possession of less than 10 grams of marijuana is not a crime in Maryland, police officers have probable cause to arrest for marijuana ...

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