Faculty in the News - Archive
Thursday, December 2, 2004Dean Karen Rothenberg & Professor Michael MillemannWMAR-TV
- Freed prisoner Walter Arvinger and his family came to the School of Law to meet the 20 students who worked on his case for 18 months and helped to secure the commutation of his sentence by Gov. Ehrlich. The ceremony was led by Dean Rothenberg and Professor Millemann who supervised the students and helped lead the legal effort. Also interviewed were two student leaders in the School's Clinical Law Office, Elizabeth Carmichael and Brian Furlong.
Thursday, December 2, 2004Professor Michael GreenbergerThe Baltimore Sun, WRC-TV, Associated Press Radio, Bloomberg News Service, WTOP Radio, Washington Post
- President Bush has picked former New York police commissioner Bernard Kerik to serve as Homeland Security secretary. Kerik is a seasoned police veteran who played a key role in the city's response to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Professor Greenberger calls the selection
Thursday, December 2, 2004Professor Michael GreenbergerWNUV-TV, WBFF-TV
- Mayor Martin O'Malley has announced that Baltimore City will be installing more surveillance cameras to observe activity on public streets in high-crime areas. The American Civil Liberties Union questions whether the program will violate privacy laws. Professor Greenberger says constitutional rights to privacy will not be invaded as long as the cameras are installed in public areas where there is no expectation of privacy.
Thursday, December 2, 2004Professor Michael GreenbergerABC.com
- Some counter-terrorism experts are concerned that the United States remains vulnerable to a bioterrorist attack, even though three years have passed since the anthrax scare of 2001. Professor Greenberger is quoted.
Thursday, December 2, 2004Professor Michael MillemannWMAR-TV
- Walter Arvinger, convicted for a murder he did not commit, returned home to his family in Baltimore after 35 years in prison. Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. commuted his life sentence as a result of the efforts by Professor Millemann and about 20 students from the School's Clinical Law Office. The School and the Clinical Law office prepared to host a noon reception Dec. 2 in Arvinger's honor.
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