If Fraud Appears to Take Place
During an Election
Don't Expect the Courts to Help
Two Recent Maryland Court Cases Dealing with
problems in the 2016 Election
What was the Court's position on both of these cases?
Each case was thrown out because the person winning the office had already taken possession of the office.
If someone can win an election that is suspected to be fraudulent, Maryland Courts are apparently uninterested in hearing those cases.
The Maryland Court system has allowed possibly fraudulent elections to stand by throwing out court challenges.