Mar 17, 2020

Community First in the Age of COVID-19

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So, we are officially in the midst of a pandemic. What that means is that a disease has reached a greater geographical reach. So, basically, it just means that it’s all over the world, as opposed to in one state or one country. And that’s kinda terrifying, I know. There’s a lot of misinformation out [...]

Feb 21, 2013

Suspect In Murder After Dice Game Turns Himself In

By |February 21st, 2013|In the News|0 Comments

The man accused of a December shooting in Annapolis’ Robinwood community, which left one man dead and a woman seriously injured, turned himself in to police Wednesday afternoon. City police announced the arrest of Clarence Eugene Johnson III, 24, of Arbor Hill Road in Annapolis, shortly after 4 p.m. Johnson is being held at Jennifer [...]

Feb 21, 2013

‘Annapolis’ Most Wanted’ Man Turns Himself In

By |February 21st, 2013|In the News|0 Comments

Clarence Johnson III turned himself in to Annapolis police officers on Wednesday, a day after an attorney released a statement about his desire to "clear his name." The Annapolis Police Department named 24-year-old Clarence Johnson as the suspect in the Dec. 12, 2012, homicide of Joseph Johnson III (no relation) and shooting of Jana Jackson that occurred [...]

Feb 19, 2013

Man Accused In Robinwood Murder To Turn Self In

By |February 19th, 2013|In the News|0 Comments

An Annapolis man wanted in connection with a December double shooting that left one person dead and another in critical condition will voluntarily surrender to authorities Wednesday afternoon, according to his lawyer. “A great many things have been said about my client. There are two sides to every story and his side has not been heard,” said [...]

Feb 19, 2013

Man Wanted In Murder to Turn Himself In

By |February 19th, 2013|In the News|0 Comments

An Annapolis man wanted for a double shooting that left one person dead and topped the Most Wanted list has announced that he will turn himself in to police tomorrow. According to his attorney, Clarence Eugene Johnson III is wanted in connection with the December double shooting that left one person dead and another in [...]

Oct 26, 2005

Panel Asked to Publicly Censure Judge

By |October 26th, 2005|In the News|0 Comments

What began as a matter of a few hundred dollars in restitution from a teenager who shot a bunch of marbles with his paintball gun into a car has exploded into a request for a panel of Anne Arundel County judges to condemn their colleague's handling of the case. Lawyers from around the state, including [...]

Oct 25, 2005

Lawyer Challenges Judge in Md. Court

By |October 25th, 2005|In the News|0 Comments

Defense attorneys gathered in a courtroom in Annapolis yesterday in a show of support for one of their own, a lawyer who says he was fined a not-so-princely sum -- $10 -- simply for making arguments on behalf of a client. The lawyer in question is Drew Cochran. His client is a teenage boy who [...]