Maryland’s highest court has ruled that criminal defendants cannot present evidence of DNA matches to other suspects at trial unless the results have been confirmed by more testing.
It’s among the most prestigious scholarships in the world and it’s going to a student right here in Baltimore.
The man suspected of abducting University of Virginia student Hannah Graham has been linked to a sexual assault almost 10 years ago in Fairfax County.
A federal appeals court has revived a wrongful conviction lawsuit against the Baltimore mayor, the city’s police department and three of its officers.
Prince George’s County prosecutors say a man has been indicted in a 1982 murder and that a DNA match was key to the case.
It could be a promising way to stop a deadly disease–swapping out defective genes with healthy ones.
Solving crimes in Baltimore City. WJZ goes inside the police department’s high-tech crime lab that helped crack a big case recently.
A 25-year-old man wanted for a 2012 sexual assault has been arrested in connection with another sexual assault and robbery.
A 28-year-old Harford County man was convicted of two counts of first-degree rape and first-degree burglary for the rape and sexual assault of an Edgewood woman in 2004.
The Maryland Office of the Public Defender is seriously considering an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court in two cases involving rape convictions where DNA analysts’ reports were used but the analysts themselves never testified.
About 60 years ago, a doctor at Johns Hopkins Hospital removed cancer cells from a poor, black patient named Henrietta Lacks without telling her. Those cells eventually led to many life-saving medical treatments.
Landmark decision. The Supreme Court rules to allow Maryland to continue taking DNA samples from people arrested for violent crimes–before they are convicted.