U.S. Appeals Court Rejects Stun Gun Death RetrialA federal appeals court is rejecting a Frederick family's quest for a new trial in the electronic stun gun death of their son.
No New Trial In Frederick Stun Gun DeathA federal court is refusing to order a new trial for a Frederick County sheriff's deputy cleared of liability in the stun-gun-related death of a Frederick man.
Jury: Deputy Not Liable In Taser Death CaseA young man shot with a Taser dies. The sheriff’s deputy who fired the weapon is sued for millions of dollars. Wednesday afternoon, a jury reached a verdict in the case being closely watched by the law enforcement community.
Defense Rests In Md. Taser Death TrialA Frederick County sheriff’s deputy faces a multi-million dollar lawsuit after a deadly Taser incident. His attorney wrapped up their defense in federal court Monday.
Sheriff's Deputy Defends Use Of Taser In Wrongful Death LawsuitA Frederick County sheriff's deputy takes the stand, defending his use of a Taser. Four years ago, he fired the weapon, killing a 20-year-old. Now the victim's family seeks millions in a wrongful death lawsuit.
Md. Federal Trial Involving Stun Gun Death BeginsAn attorney told a federal jury Tuesday that a former Frederick County sheriff's deputy was "sadistic" for using an electric stun gun on a prone and unresponsive young man who was pronounced dead shortly thereafter.