The Popehat Signal: Looking For A Maryland Practitioner

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  1. Hi Ken, I can help – I practice in Montgomery County, but I am less familiar with SLAPP. Always willing to learn something new.

  2. d-day says:

    Popehat signal is nice, but do you think it would be helpful to have a list of people willing to help in advance, and where admitted?

  3. Ken says:

    @Noah: You're awesome. Sent you an email.

    @d-day: Maybe. But in my experience the lists are hard to maintain, and people are more hesitant to join them because then they feel obligated.

  4. Ken says:

    Huge thanks to Noah, who was quick to answer and willing to help out if circumstances had permitted.

    Still looking. Thanks!

  5. SPQR says:

    So you are helping him out, Ken? Good to hear. Wish I could help.

  6. Ken says:

    I can't represent him myself or give advice on the Maryland procedural issues. He needs a Maryland practitioner. Still looking.

  7. Mara says:

    Good heavens…I'm a blogger in Montgomery County, Maryland. Good thing I know it's not me! Also, I'm not anonymous.

    However, I would love to hear more about the case when it's possible to talk about it. I'm very concerned that other people should be able to keep their anonymity when they need to. I'm just lucky that my circumstances allow me to call anti-vaccine advocates ignorant knuckleheads without any fear of reprisal.

  8. Ken says:

    Mara, I'm sharing details with potential pro bono counsel, but my purpose here is not to talk about the merits of the case. Perhaps I will link to that after I've helped find counsel.

  9. Mara says:

    I totally understand. Obviously my desire to know is less important than this person's case. I just figured I'd ask.

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