A decision in a landmark bullying lawsuit is in. Two parents take on the Baltimore City School System. Did two principals do enough to protect a child with special needs? A jury hands down a verdict saying they did.
Guilty and facing time in prison. Jurors convict former Governor Bob Ehrlich’s campaign manager.
It’s another day of deliberations and still no decision on the guilt or innocence of a Maryland state senator on trial for accepting bribes.
A federal jury debates the fate of a powerful Maryland state politician accused of taking bribes from a grocery chain. The trial of State Senator Ulysses Currie is in its sixth week.
A decision could come at any time as a jury weighs the fate of a man convicted of killing a Towson gas station owner in a murder-for-hire scheme. Walter Bishop wants the jury to decide if he should live or die.
The jury in the bribery trial of a senator accused of selling his influence to help a grocery store chain has heard testimony from two employees of another company that paid the senator while the General Assembly considered legislation significant to the company.
A nonprofit group that raises money to improve the National Mall is announcing a jury of architects, preservationists and other experts who will judge the first phase of a design competition to overhaul three sites on “America’s front yard.”
A jury has found John Wagner guilty of first-degree felony murder in the stabbing death of Johns Hopkins researcher Stephen Pitcairn. It only took them a few hours to reach the verdict.
Sharing more than one billion dollars. That’s how much families in Jacksonville will receive for a large gas leak caused by Exxon.
A Baltimore County jury is deciding what could be the biggest damages ever awarded in Maryland.
The federal appeals court in Richmond has upheld a Maryland jury’s verdict clearing a Baltimore County SWAT team in a woman’s fatal shooting.
Attorneys for a former National Security Agency employee accused of mishandling classified information after an investigation into alleged leaks to a newspaper say two weeks before trial they still don’t know what evidence the jury will see.