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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - John J. Mccarthy
An insanity plea appears to be off the table for the woman charged with killing a co-worker in a Lululemon yoga store in Bethesda.
Attorneys for the woman charged in the killing of a co-worker at a Bethesda yoga store failed Tuesday to persuade a judge to delay the trial so they could learn more about their client's "major mental illness," including whether concussions she may have suffered as a collegiate soccer player were a factor.
An 18-year-old D.C. man identified as a suspect in the October killing of an American University professor is back in custody in the District after he broke the conditions of his release and went missing last month, his attorney said.
A Maryland lawmaker is seeking to remove the judge who dismissed a Montgomery County case because of delays in securing an interpreter for the trial of a Liberian immigrant accused of raping and repeatedly molesting a 7-year-old girl.
The inaction comes after weeks of back and forth between Miss Norwood's lawyers and Montgomery County State's Attorney John J. McCarthy, who says the defendant is a sane 29-year-old woman who was able to "play that game" as a victim in the gory death of Arlington resident Jayna Murray, 30.
"Mental health issues are not like light switches," Mr. McCarthy said.