Court Of Appeals
Controversial decision. Maryland’s highest court unanimously rules to allow same-sex couples to divorce in the state.
The Maryland Court of Appeals won’t reconsider a ruling that effectively barred police from collecting DNA samples from people arrested on charges of committing a violent crime or attempting to commit one.
The recent Court of Appeals ruling declaring all pit bulls as dangerous animals is now affecting pit bull owners who rent their homes.
Dog lovers are sounding off about a Maryland Court of Appeals ruling that pit bulls are an inherently dangerous breed.
Controversy grows over dangerous dogs. A ruling by the state’s highest court singles out pit bulls as more vicious than other breeds. If pit bulls attack, it could cost their owners, and even their landlords, big money.
A same-sex couple is fighting for a divorce in Maryland. But a judge says they’re not even married here. Now, they’re headed to the state’s highest court.
The Maryland Court of Appeals has disbarred former Prince George’s County Executive Jack Johnson.
The state of Maryland is paying $60,000 to resolve a lawsuit that established that state prison inmates have the same right to public records as anyone else.
Gov. Martin O’Malley has announced judicial appointments, including one to the state’s highest court.
Maryland’s highest court has ruled that the standard jurors use in deciding whether to impose the death penalty is constitutional.
The state’s highest court ends the state prosecutor’s three-year-long quest to bring bribery and perjury charges against a Baltimore city councilwoman.
Maryland’s highest court has voted to allow anonymous juries in criminal trials when a judge believes there are concerns about juror harassment, tampering or safety.