Janet Reno Dies, First Woman To Serve As U.S. Attorney GeneralJanet Reno, the first woman to serve as U.S. attorney general and the epicenter of several political storms during the Clinton administration, has died.
Frederick County Attorney Rehired After Settlement AgreementA lawyer who said she was fired by the former Board of County Commissioners for political retribution is now back on staff.
Man Charged In D.C. Mansion Slayings Has New AttorneyA man charged in the slayings of a wealthy family and their housekeeper inside a Washington mansion has a new attorney.
Law License Suspended For Md. Lawyer Whose Client Was KilledA Baltimore County attorney who inadvertently shared information that led to a client's murder has agreed to an indefinite suspension of his law license, court records show.
Attorney Is An Advocate For Developmentally Disabled In BaltimoreTracey Parker Warren, was inspired to become an advocate in the legal field after witnessing the inequities suffered by developmentally disabled adults and children.
Prosecutors: Man Defrauded Immigrants In D.C., Md.A Montgomery County man recently convicted of committing fraud against immigrants by posing as an attorney has been ordered to no longer describe himself as offering immigration services.
Senator Suggests Overturning Bail Attorney MandateSen. Bobby Zirkin wants to amend Maryland's constitution so the state will no longer have to provide a defense attorney at every indigent defendant's bail hearing.
Attorney Responds In Bail Court Case For Poor An attorney representing poor defendants is urging Maryland's highest court to move ahead with an order requiring lawyers to be provided for indigent defendants at initial bail hearings.
Md.'s High Court Rules On Right To Attorney At Bail HearingsMaryland's highest court has again ruled that poor defendants are entitled to have an attorney present at bail hearings.
Attorneys Argue In Illegal Immigrant Tuition SuitAttorneys have given arguments about whether a Maryland bill to allow in-state tuition for illegal immigrants under certain circumstances should be put to voters in November.
Pfc. Bradley Manning's Pre-Trial Hearing In WikiLeaks Scandal BeginsThe soldier in the middle of the WikiLeaks scandal is accused of leaking classified secrets. Now he is in a Maryland courtroom for a critical hearing.
Hagerstown Attorney Consents To DisbarmentA Hagerstown attorney has agreed to be disbarred after a state commission found that he diverted $82,000 in client funds for personal use.