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Prosecutors seek $100K fine, probation and community service for Leopold
Former Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold committed "an arrogant abuse of power" by ordering county employees and police to perform personal and political chores for him, prosecutors told a judge, but added his crimes do not warrant jail.
Retired Howard County Circuit Judge Dennis M. Sweeney, who previously sentenced former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon to probation and community service following her 2010 conviction for misappropriation of charitable gift cards, convicted Leopold last…
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