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From Spiro Agnew to Catherine Pugh, Baltimore’s federal prosecutors have tradition of fighting corruption
Kramon & Graham trial lawyer Jim Ulwick spent six years as an Assistant United States Attorney. During his years as a federal prosecutor, Jim tried numerous cases, including the prosecutions of defendants charged with labor racketeering, political corruption, and other violations of federal criminal law. In From Spiro Agnew to Catherine Pugh, Baltimore’s federal prosecutors have tradition of fighting corruption (November 22, 2019), the Baltimore Sun turned to Jim for comment in its feature article on recent and historic prosecutions tried in the District of Maryland.