County Executive John Leopold
Court officials say roughly 1,500 Maryland residents with misdemeanor convictions were wrongly taken of voter rolls over the last six years.
There are growing allegations in the political enemy files ordered by Anne Arundel County’s former county executive. Now, new recordings may prove the former police chief knew what was happening and didn’t stop it.
Former Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold, released after serving 30 days in jail, reflected on his time there in an essay and poem he sent to a local newspaper.
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.
Anne Arundel Co. Exec. John Leopold Found Guilty Of 2 Misconduct Charges; Not Guilty Of 2 Other Counts
A verdict is in. A judge found Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold guilty of misconduct for Count 1: making staff perform campaign duties and Count 3: misconduct for personal errands.
Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold’s defense rests in his misconduct trial. On Monday, the defense wrapped up its case and again presented arguments on the defense motion to acquit. The judge denied those motions to acquit. Closing arguments will be held Tuesday.
The judge finds Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold not guilty of misconduct for allegedly removing his opponent’s campaign signs.
The prosecution rests in the misconduct trial of Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold. The defense plans to ask for a motion for acquittal before starting its case.
The misconduct trial for Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold is underway Wednesday with more prosecution witnesses.
The misconduct trial for Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold resumed Tuesday morning with police Corporal Joseph Pazulski on the stand.
Explosive allegations. Wednesday, the misconduct trial of Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold began.
Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold faces another lawsuit. The suit stems from a so-called “enemies list,” information he’s accused of compiling on his political opponents.