The killer of a Maryland prison guard will soon find out if he will be put to death.
Guilty. That’s the verdict in the trial of the man accused of killing a corrections officer inside a Maryland prison. He could get the death penalty.
A legislative push to end the death penalty in Maryland gains support. Death penalty protesters rallied outside the State House Monday.
There’s a renewed effort to do away with the death penalty in Maryland. Groups pushing for a repeal join forces as lawmakers get ready to take up the issue at this winter’s General Assembly.
The same jury that convicted Walter Bishop Jr. of capital murder has finally decided his fate. They’ve given the triggerman in a murder-for-hire plot a sentence of life with parole.
A decision could come at any time as a jury weighs the fate of a man convicted of killing a Towson gas station owner in a murder-for-hire scheme. Walter Bishop wants the jury to decide if he should live or die.
Should he live or die? A jury is still debating whether a Baltimore County man should receive the death penalty after he was convicted of killing a gas station owner.
An Anne Arundel County judge has ruled that the trial of a prisoner charged with killing a correctional officer will remain a death-penalty case.
Maryland’s highest court has ruled that the standard jurors use in deciding whether to impose the death penalty is constitutional.
This week the fight over the death penalty is back. Lawmakers will hear testimony on a bill to get rid of capital punishment in Maryland. Now there’s strong and surprising words on the controversial issue.
The death penalty is still on the table for the Army private suspected of giving classified material to WikiLeaks, legal experts say.
Maryland lawmakers are set to lock horns over the state’s death penalty.