An Army private charged in the biggest security breach in U.S. history is trying to avoid trial by claiming he has already been punished enough by being locked up alone in a small cell and having to sleep naked for several nights.
A plea deal for a Connecticut man accused of a series of rapes along the East Coast fell through Tuesday after the defendant told a judge he wasn’t sure he knew what he was doing.
Maryland can continue enforcing its gun permit law requiring residents to show a “good and substantial reason” to carry handguns until a federal appeals court decides the matter, the court said Wednesday.
Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold’s lawyers and prosecutors are squaring off in a preliminary hearing. Leopold is accused of misusing his security detail.
Jurors return to deliberations on the case of a campaign consultant accused of using Election Day robocalls to suppress black voter turnout in the 2010 gubernatorial election.
There are new details in the bizarre attack on a baby girl by her own mother.
A former NASA employee has pleaded guilty to conspiracy in an alleged copyright infringement scheme led by two Chinese nationals.
A Howard County jury began deliberating Thursday in the case of a man charged with strangling a fellow patient at a maximum-security state mental hospital, a woman who lived two doors away from him and had become his confidant. After more than five hours of deliberations, the jury went home for the evening and is set to resume Friday morning.
Maryland State Police say they are investigating an apparent homicide in Wicomico County.
A political aide to former Gov. Robert Ehrlich will serve one month in home detention for conspiring to use Election Day robocalls in what prosecutors cast as an effort to suppress black voter turnout.
A history of violence. Prosecutors give dramatic opening statements in the trial of George Huguely, the man accused of killing Cockeysville native Yeardley Love.
Lawyers for a Utah abortion doctor charged with murder for the death of a fetus in Maryland asked a judge Friday to throw out the charges, arguing she is immune from prosecution and that the state is trying to infringe upon a woman’s right to terminate a pregnancy.