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November 2012 Archives

National debate on practice of DNA collection may affect Maryland case

Maryland police officers are currently allowed to collect DNA samples from people who have been arrested on suspicion of committing violent crimes, but maybe not for long. Potentially early next year, the U.S. Supreme Court will review and rule on the constitutionality of the federal DNA Collection Act.

Actress Mia Farrow's brother arrested for child sex abuse

No matter who a person is, whether they are a long-time Annapolis resident or the brother of a celebrity, he or she deserves to be presumed innocent until proven guilty. One Anne Arundel County resident who has a famous sister is currently facing serious sex crime charges.

University of Maryland transfer overcomes sex assault allegations, ruled eligible to play

University of Maryland fans are breathing a sigh of relief and celebrating at the recent news that the NCAA has ruled guard/forward Dezmine "Dez" Wells is now eligible for the 2012-2013 season.

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