According to our media partner, The Baltimore Sun, former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon has been charged with a violation of her probation.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray said Wednesday that he still believes he’s the best person to lead the city despite revelations that he was elected with the help of a $650,000 in illicit funds, and he said he has no plans to resign.
It may still come as a news flash to some of you but sports is just like any other business in that it’s subject to corruption.
Former Prince George’s County Council member Leslie Johnson is about to begin serving a year and a day in prison for her role in obstructing an investigation into a corruption scheme involving her husband.
Former Prince George’s County Executive Jack Johnson is about to begin serving prison time.
Disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff spent two hours dispensing advice in one of Washington’s temples of good government Monday, telling soldiers in the cause of cleaning up corruption they have a lot of work ahead of them.
Headed to prison. The wife of a former county executive will spend more than a year in jail for her role in trying to cover up her husband’s corruption.
Tuesday, a judge handed a once-powerful Maryland politician one of the longest sentences ever for corruption while in office.
Prosecutors are asking a judge to sentence former Prince George’s County councilwoman Leslie Johnson to a year or more in jail, saying she was part of a corrupt culture including illicit fundraising for her council race.
Jurors in the federal bribery trial against State Senator Ulysses Currie heard from his closest ally Thursday. His wife testified she filled out his state ethics forms and blames herself for the legal troubles he now faces.
A Maryland lawyer is accused of taking bribes in exchange for votes. The trial continued Tuesday as defense attorneys claim their own client is unintelligent but not dishonest.
Defending a prominent politician against bribery charges. Monday, Maryland’s Lieutenant Governor, Anthony Brown, testified on behalf of State Senator Ulysses Currie.