House Wants To Continue Ban On Sale Of Legal Pot In D.C.House Republicans want to continue blocking the District of Columbia from allowing legal marijuana sales.
A Pipeline For What's Possible In The LawEmmanuelle Yeremou-Ngah has her career path all planned out: She wants to become an assistant U.S. attorney and eventually retire as a judge.
Grandmother Files Protection Order Against Relisha Rudd's Mother Legal trouble for the mother of missing 8-year-old Relisha Rudd.
Pot Legalization Ballot Initiative Filed In D.C.Advocates for marijuana legalization want District of Columbia voters to decide whether possession of up to two ounces of pot should be legal in the city.
Ehrlich, Catholic University Form Legal ClinicFormer Maryland Gov. Robert Ehrlich has teamed up with the Catholic University of America's Columbus School of Law to open a clinic this semester on clemency matters for people with criminal convictions, and the initiative will include a workshop for newly elected governors and their staff.
Bill Would Legalize Marijuana In MarylandA Maryland lawmaker has introduced a bill to legalize marijuana.
Legal Ads Could Be Pulled From Md. Newspapers This year, legal ads could be pulled from newspapers and placed on municipal government websites.
Metro Legal Costs Jump Due To 2009 CrashMetro has paid out $173 million for legal claims in the past five years, and last year alone the payments jumped 54 percent as the agency started to settle lawsuits stemming from the deadly 2009 Fort Totten crash, records show.
Protective Order Against Ravens Linebacker Terrell Suggs Is DroppedA protective order against Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs is dropped.
Taxpayers Foot The $20,000 Bill For Defense Of Anne Arundel Co. Executive John LeopoldThere's growing outrage over a big legal bill coming to taxpayers. It's for defending Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold.
Gov. O'Malley Signs Bill Legalizing Gay MarriageA major victory for Governor Martin O'Malley. Same-sex marriage signed into law. And right after the signing, he speaks only to WJZ.
Suspect In Frederick Woman's Aruba Disappearance Back In U.S.From an Aruban jail to New York City. The man accused in the disappearance of Frederick native Robyn Gardner touched down at JFK Airport Wednesday night. A judge said there is not enough evidence to keep him behind bars.