Delegate Tiffany Alston

Judge Says Court Should Review Delegate NominationA judge says the nomination of a Prince George's County businessman to fill a seat in the House of Delegates once held by Tiffany Alston should be reviewed by the court.
O'Malley Asks Prince George's Dems To Withdraw Alston ReplacementMaryland's governor is asking Prince George's County lawmakers to withdraw the name of a replacement for Delegate Tiffany Alston. The governor is asking lawmakers to wait until the attorney general rules on whether the seat is vacant.
Prince George's Democrats Move To Replace AlstonPrince George's County Democrats have chosen businessman Greg Hall to replace Delegate Tiffany Alston in the Maryland General Assembly after she was convicted of paying a law firm employee with state money.
Del. Tiffany Alston Suspended After Plea Deal For MisconductA Maryland lawmaker who pleaded guilty to settle two misconduct cases was automatically suspended from office without pay when a judge sentenced her, the state General Assembly counsel concluded in a legal opinion Wednesday.
Attorneys Say Alston Plea Deal Has Fallen ThroughState prosecutors and defense attorneys for Delegate Tiffany Alston failed to reach a plea agreement as scheduled Wednesday to resolve two separate misconduct cases relating to her use of state money and campaign funds that could lead to her dismissal from office.
Prosecutor Says Agreement Reached In Alston Funds CaseMaryland's state prosecutor says a verbal agreement has been reached to settle cases involving a lawmaker accused of using campaign funds to pay for wedding expenses and using state money to pay an employee in her private law firm.
Jury Begins Deliberations In Alston CaseThe case of a Maryland lawmaker accused of theft and misconduct in office has gone to the jury in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court.
Attorneys Rest Case In Trial Of LawmakerAttorneys have rested their case in the trial of a Maryland lawmaker accused of theft and misconduct.
Md. Lawmaker Indicted On Theft ChargesA Maryland state delegate was charged Friday with using campaign funds to pay for wedding expenses and for the salary of an employee at her law firm.