A Black Maryland attorney was detained after allegedly being profiled while at Hartford County District Court representing a client. A complaint was filed with the state’s sheriff’s office. Rashad James works for the nonprofit law firm Maryland Legal Aid and is a member of the Maryland Bar. He was at the district court for a March 6 expungement hearing for which his client was not present. A sheriff stopped James, believing that he was a suspect masquerading as a lawyer. According to the
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