Maryland's Highest Court Rules In Medical Marijuana CaseMaryland's highest court has ruled that finalists to become licensed to grow medical marijuana in the state can defend their interests against a legal challenge over how those finalists were picked.
Trump's Travel Ban Watered Down By Another Court SetbackIn another setback for President Donald Trump, a federal judge in Hawaii further weakened the already-diluted travel ban by vastly expanding the list of U.S. family relationships that visitors from six Muslim-majority countries can use to get into the country.
Lawsuit Claims JPMorgan Chase Fees Cheat Jurors Out of MoneyA federal class-action lawsuit accuses JPMorgan Chase & Co. of cheating District of Columbia jurors out of money by forcing them to receive payments on a debit cards with high fees.
Maryland's Highest Court Approves Bail Reform Rule ChangesMaryland's highest court has approved changes to the state's pretrial system so people are not held in jail simply because they can't afford bail.
Sharapova Suspended Two Years For DopingMaria Sharapova has been suspended for two years by the International Tennis Federation for testing positive for meldonium at the Australian Open.
Md. Court: Police Misconduct Records Can Be Kept From PublicMaryland's highest court has ruled that documents related to internal police investigations of officers are exempt from the state's public information act, even when complaints are sustained.
Court Refuses To Halt Construction On New Gas PlantA federal court has refused to halt construction of a liquefied natural gas export facility in southern Maryland while it weighs a legal challenge to the project's approval.
Appeals Court Sides With EPA On Air Pollution LimitsA federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that the Environmental Protection Agency complied with the law in deciding which areas of the country failed to meet federal limits on smog-forming pollution that can cause asthma and respiratory illness.
Court: Damages Can Be Sought For Use Of Personal RecordsMaryland residents can seek damages over the improper use of personal records by an elected official, a state appeals court ruled Friday.
Md. Woman Asserts Mental Illness In Grandmother's SlayingA Frederick County woman is pursuing a mental-illness defense in the fatal stabbing of her grandmother last December.
Orioles, Nationals In Court Over TV Revenue DisputeThe Baltimore Orioles, Washington Nationals and Major League Baseball were in court for four hours Monday in a dispute over television rights fees. Justice Lawrence K. Marks didn't immediately issue a decision.
House Reconsiders, Passes Bill For Court Filing SurchargeMembers of the Maryland House of Delegates have passed a bill they voted down late last week.