No. 1: Gerard E. Evans

Gerry Evans, of the firm Gerald Evans, remains on top of the lobbying list with $1,051,000 in reported compensation. Once an aide to now-Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., Evans later became one of the most handsomely-paid advocates in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100602010000" title="Annapolis" href="/topic/us/maryland/anne-arundel-county/annapolis-PLGEO100100602010000.topic">Annapolis</a>. In 2000, he was sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison for defrauding clients.<br>
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Here is a list of Evans' clients:<br>
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Atlantic Recycling Group, LLC (scrap yards and recycling); Baltimore Orioles, Inc.; Beltway Fine Wine & Spirits and Corridor Fine Wines (alcoholic beverages); Chesapeake Amusements, Inc. (gaming and bingo); Chesapeake Bayhawks (professional lacrosse); Civista Medical Center (health care); Cloverleaf Enterprises, Inc. (hazardous materials and horse racing); Coalition To End Childhood Lead Poisoning, Inc. (outreach education and prevention); Constellation Energy Group; Excelon Corporation (energy products and services); F.O.Day, Inc. (road construction); Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #89; Law Office of Peter G. Angelos; Maryland Asphalt Association (road construction); Maryland Film Industry Coalition, Inc. (film production incentives); Maryland Hospital Association; Maryland Marine Contractors Association (construction); Maryland Radiological Society; Maryland Standardbred Breeders Assoc.; Maryland Transportation Builders & Materials Association (MTBMA); Mid-Atlantic Sports Network; Muscular Dystrophy Association (non-profit organization fighting muscular dystrophy); OSI Restaurant Partners (Outback Steakhouse, other restaurants), LLC; Penn National Gaming, Inc.; Synergics Wind Energy

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Gerry Evans, of the firm Gerald Evans, remains on top of the lobbying list with $1,051,000 in reported compensation. Once an aide to now-Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., Evans later became one of the most handsomely-paid advocates in Annapolis. In 2000, he was sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison for defrauding clients.

Here is a list of Evans' clients:

Atlantic Recycling Group, LLC (scrap yards and recycling); Baltimore Orioles, Inc.; Beltway Fine Wine & Spirits and Corridor Fine Wines (alcoholic beverages); Chesapeake Amusements, Inc. (gaming and bingo); Chesapeake Bayhawks (professional lacrosse); Civista Medical Center (health care); Cloverleaf Enterprises, Inc. (hazardous materials and horse racing); Coalition To End Childhood Lead Poisoning, Inc. (outreach education and prevention); Constellation Energy Group; Excelon Corporation (energy products and services); F.O.Day, Inc. (road construction); Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #89; Law Office of Peter G. Angelos; Maryland Asphalt Association (road construction); Maryland Film Industry Coalition, Inc. (film production incentives); Maryland Hospital Association; Maryland Marine Contractors Association (construction); Maryland Radiological Society; Maryland Standardbred Breeders Assoc.; Maryland Transportation Builders & Materials Association (MTBMA); Mid-Atlantic Sports Network; Muscular Dystrophy Association (non-profit organization fighting muscular dystrophy); OSI Restaurant Partners (Outback Steakhouse, other restaurants), LLC; Penn National Gaming, Inc.; Synergics Wind Energy

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