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May2017VIDEO: Shaken Baby Syndrome Webinar with Attorney Jason W. Shoemaker...
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May2016Charges dropped against man in Heather Ridge Drive home invasionProsecutors have dropped all charges against a Frederick man accused of participating in a 2015 home invasion on Heather Ridge Drive. Clarence Anthony Baker, 35, faced counts of armed robbery, home invasion, second-degree assault, being an accessory to a crime and other charges ...
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Dec2015Jury finds Jefferson man guilty in child-abuse deathA jury found a Jefferson man guilty Monday in the child-abuse death of his son. After roughly an hour and a half of deliberation, it found Ryan Wayne Huffer, 27, guilty of first- and second-degree child abuse, as well as second-degree assault. It found him not guilty of a first-...
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Dec2015 Jefferson man's trial in child abuse death focuses on medical evidence Opening arguments in the trial of a man accused of abuse resulting in the death of his son indicate that autopsy results may be key to the case. Ryan Wayne Huffer, 27, of Jefferson, is charged with first-degree child abuse resulting in death, first-degree child abuse resulting...
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Sep2015Judge: Evidence in fatal child abuse case will be allowed at trialEvidence collected by a sheriff's deputy who was among the first to respond to a 911 call before a baby's death will be allowed at trial, a Frederick County judge has ruled.

Ryan Wayne Huffer, 26, of Jefferson, is charged with first-degree child abuse resulting in ...
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Jan2010Four Questions to Answer Before Hanging Out Your Own ShingleIn our recent economic downslide, law firms were hit as hard, if not harder, than any other industry. As a result, lawyers of all different experience levels have found themselves pondering the difficult decision of whether to start their own practice. We've tried to make that de...
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Apr2009Fraud and theft trial beginsAs a theft and fraud trial began Monday in Frederick County Circuit Court, Jason S. Shoemaker -- the prosecutor -- told jurors he would prove Laura Moore's guilt.

Minutes later, Jason W. Shoemaker -- the defense attorney -- said he'd prove the Knoxville woman's inn...
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May2008 Robber gets 20 years for crime spreeConvicted in three armed robberies that terrified store clerks in Monrovia and Mount Airy last year, Moses Moard Streete won't be eligible for parole until 2017.

"It does not make me happy to see a young man serve so much time," Judge Theresa M. Adams told the 26-y...
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Apr2008Former FOP president, treasurer accused of theftProsecutors have obtained criminal charges against a husband and wife -- former Frederick County Sheriff's Office employees -- for misappropriating about $18,500 while serving as president and treasurer of a fraternal law enforcement organization, Maryland State Police announced ...
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Jan2008Charges Dropped In Bowling Brook CaseThere's outrage from the family of Isaiah Simmons, the teen who died at the Bowling Brook Preparatory School. This after a judge drops the charges against the employees accused of causing his death. Word came late Tuesday afternoon that a judge dismissed all charges against five...
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