As Former Scheduler Testifies, Defense Says Leopold’s Conduct Was Not Illegal & Was Done Out In The Open
The Anne Arundel County Executive’s misconduct trial heats up. Opening arguments were heard with strong words from prosecutors and the defense. Now, the prosecution’s witnesses are taking the stand.
A judge has formally declared the innocence of a Washington man who spent 28 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit.
Was Judge Mark Stanley misappropriating public funds by charging his car at a court house?
Robert M. Bell, the chief judge of Maryland’s Court of Appeals, will be talking to students at Annapolis High School on Friday.
State 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.
More than two decades behind bars. That’s the sentence for George Huguely, the Chevy Chase man convicted of killing Cockeysville native Yeardley Love.
Karla Smith smiles easily for someone who has seen the worst that people have to offer.
A Queen Anne’s County judge has refused to dismiss a suit challenging the rezoning of more than 500 rural acres to permit development.
Maryland can continue enforcing its gun permit law requiring residents to show a “good and substantial reason” to carry handguns until a federal appeals court decides the matter, the court said Wednesday.
A lawsuit against Frederick County over a proposed rezoning that opponents say will lead to higher taxes, sprawl and environmental harm has been dismissed. But an attorney for the environmental groups and residents who filed the lawsuit said Friday that they can re-file once the county’s plan passes.
A mistrial has been declared in the campaign fraud trial against ex-presidential candidate John Edwards. Jurors on Thursday acquitted John Edwards of one of six counts involving him taking money from wealthy heiress Rachel “Bunny” Mellon. They told the judge they are deadlocked on the other five charges against him.
A judge in Baltimore has slashed the damages awarded in the death of a state prison inmate who was murdered aboard a prison bus in 2005.