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BALTIMORE (AP) Jury deliberations have resumed for a second day in Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon's trial on theft charges. This morning jurors asked the judge for the legal definition of "misappropriation." The judge said they should look in the jury instructions.

CUMBERLAND, Md. (AP) A former state correctional officer convicted of assaults on inmates has been sentenced to three months in jail. Thirty-six-year-old Jason Weaver, of Cumberland, was convicted of conspiracy to commit assault in September.

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