A Baltimore County attorney who inadvertently shared information that led to a client’s murder has agreed to an indefinite suspension of his law license, court records show.
LAUREN KIRKWOOD The Daily Record BALTIMORE (AP) — Renting or purchasing office space, buying furniture, paying for phone lines and Internet access — those are just the beginning of the costs of opening a law […]
The wife and lawyer of a U.S. government subcontractor imprisoned in Cuba say they fear for his life after his mother’s death from cancer last week.
Maryland’s highest court will review its decision to require a lawyer at every defendant’s initial bail hearing.
A lawyer for a Connecticut woman killed by police after a car chase outside the U.S. Capitol is requesting a Justice Department investigation.
Maryland’s highest court has approved rules to help make sure defendants have an attorney at initial bail bearings, but implementation has been delayed.
A lawyer for a U.S. Naval Academy student accused of sexual assault is asking a federal judge to remove the school’s superintendent from the case out of concern he could be biased from political pressure due to the heightened focus on the sexual assault problem in the military.
Maryland’s highest court has again ruled that poor defendants are entitled to have an attorney present at bail hearings.
Maryland’s highest court has disbarred an attorney who practiced law for more than a year without certification.
An attorney for six decades, John G. “Jack” Wharton of Niles, Barton & Wilmer LLP has experienced a legal world that may sound alien to some today, a testament to how far law has, or hasn’t, come.
You must be a lawyer to argue before the Supreme Court. Thought that already was the case?
A U.S. Department of Labor lawyer who was accused of a home invasion at a co-worker’s home has been found dead in his cell at the D.C. Jail.