Md. Seeks To Block $18.5M Award In Inmate's DeathThe Maryland Attorney General's Office is asking a Baltimore judge to cancel or reduce an $18.5 million award stemming from the murder of an inmate aboard a state prison bus.
$18.5M Awarded In Prison Bus SlayingA multi-million-dollar victory for the family of a man murdered while in state custody. A jury found the state failed to protect him from a convicted murderer.
Judge Limits Claims In Md. Prison Bus Slaying CaseA judge ruled Friday that plaintiffs in a wrongful death case cannot claim malice by five state correctional officers who failed to prevent a man from killing a fellow inmate aboard a prison bus in 2005.
Former Md. Guard Testifies About Prison Bus DeathA retired Maryland correctional officer testified Thursday at a wrongful death trial that nothing seemed amiss on a prison bus where an inmate was killed in 2005 during a nighttime trip from Hagerstown to Baltimore.
Civil Trial Underway In Prison Bus SlayingA civil trial stemming from a murder aboard a state prison bus is underway in Baltimore.
Prison Murder Bus May Be Brought To JuryA judge in Baltimore is considering allowing jurors in a civil trial to go aboard a prison bus on which an inmate was murdered.
Md. Prison Bus Slaying Dispute Headed For TrialA judge ruled Wednesday that there is enough evidence for a trial on whether the state was negligent when an inmate killed another inmate aboard a prison bus in 2005.