Anne Arundel County Executive
Former Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold isn’t getting any special treatment while he serves 30 days in jail for misconduct in office.
Former Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold is now in jail, but he’s facing more court challenges from his time in office.
The deadline was Friday, and 16 people have filed to be the next Anne Arundel County executive. This is all the result of John Leopold’s criminal conviction and resignation.
A judge has denied former Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold’s motion for a new trial.
Stepping down. Disgraced Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold resigns just days after he was found guilty of misconduct in office.
An emergency session for the Anne Arundel County Council, as they begin the process of possibly removing County Executive John Leopold from that job after he’s found guilty of two counts of misconduct against him.
John Leopold tells WJZ’s media partner, “The Baltimore Sun,” he is considering a run for state office in 2014 either for governor or state comptroller.
A security detail is called in for questioning. New developments in the investigation of the Anne Arundel County executive centers on three police officers assigned to his security detail.
Subpoenaed. One of the most powerful politicians in Maryland—John Leopold—is under fire again. The Anne Arundel County executive is at the center of an investigation by the state prosecutor’s office into how he has been using his county-paid security detail.