A judge refuses to revoke bail for Don Dwyer–the Anne Arundel County delegate arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. The decision isn’t sitting well with some, since he pleaded guilty to being intoxicated during a boat crash last summer.
Maryland’s highest court rules on deadly DUIs. Bars that serve intoxicated customers are not at fault for what happens on the road.
An investigative report by Anne Arundel County police says the driver of a car that crashed and killed him and two passengers had a blood alcohol content of 0.15 percent.
The Annapolis District Court Judge told the Maryland lawmaker he made a bad decision and has to accept the consequences. Now Delegate Don Dwyer is appealing, meaning his jail sentence is on hold.
A Maryland politician says he’s reached a deal with prosecutors over a drunken boating accident. He says he’s sorry—but is that enough?
A Pennsylvania man has been sentenced to four years in prison in a DUI crash that killed a man and injured a woman and a toddler.
Maryland’s highest court is hearing arguments on whether or not a bar or restaurant can be held legally responsible for the actions of its inebriated customers.
Public humiliation and a fresh start. A drunken boating accident last summer forces prominent State Delegate Don Dwyer to admit he’s an alcoholic.
An off-duty Baltimore City officer was arrested outside a Towson bar after patrons accused him of acting belligerent and pointing a gun.
A Maryland lawmaker who was charged last month with operating a boat under the influence of alcohol has announced he has been reassigned from the House Judiciary Committee to the House Ways and Means Committee.
If you plan to party New Year’s Eve, beware. Law enforcement around Maryland will be on the lookout for drunk drivers.
A possible drunk driving incident is reported in Howard County. Police say a man was driving too fast around the bend of Old Frederick Road at Md. Route 32 when he lost control. His car slid off the roadway and struck a utility pole.