A man accused of a vicious beating in Washington’s Capitol Hill neighborhood has been convicted by a jury.
The Howard County man accused of choking his wife to death 22 years ago and then burying her body in the backyard of their Elkridge home was found guilty of second-degree murder.
A Prince George’s County jury has awarded $90 million to the family of a 13-year-old girl who died after being struck by a car as she tried to cross the street to reach her bus stop.
Mistrial On First-Degree Murder In Case Of Man Accused Of Killing 3 Young Relatives; Guilty Of Conspiracy
A split verdict in the trial for a man accused of slashing his young relatives’ throats. Convicted of conspiracy but cleared of murder charges, Policarpio Espinoza Perez could still spend his life behind bars.
Another day of intense deliberations in the third trial for one of two men accused of a gruesome crime: the murders of three young children. The jury is struggling to agree.
A jury continues to deliberate the fate of a man accused of one of the most horrific crimes in recent Baltimore history–the murders of three young children.
Deliberations To Resume Friday In Retrial Of Man Charged With Near Decapitation Of 3 Young Relatives
The horrific crime made national headlines, and for the third time a Baltimore jury is deliberating the fate of one of the men charged in the vicious murders of three young family members.
A third man has been convicted of murder in the shooting death of a teenager outside an upscale department store at a Baltimore County mall.
Baltimore is no stranger to murder. But the near decapitations of three young children in 2004 stunned not just the city but much of the nation. Now those murders are back in the spotlight.
A Baltimore jury has found the man accused of killing 16-year-old honor student Phylicia Barnes guilty of second-degree murder.
A Baltimore jury is still deliberating the guilt or innocence of the man accused of killing 16-year-old honor student Phylicia Barnes.
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.
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