Maryland House Panel Oks Bill Allowing Evidence of Past Acts in Sex Assault Trials

Maryland House Panel

Michael Dresser, Contact Reporter, The Baltimore Sun, proposed legislation to allow judges to admit evidence of past acts in trials of defendants accused of sexual assault has cleared what may be its biggest hurdle.

The House Judiciary Committee, where similar legislation has failed many times before, approved a version of the bill Thursday.

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