Maryland Court Of Appeals
A ruling Monday from Maryland’s highest court calls into question a state law that requires some people to register as sex offenders for crimes committed decades ago.
Attacked by three dogs. That’s what a Howard County man says happened to him while he was running in his own neighborhood.
The Maryland Court of Appeals has temporarily put on hold a judge’s decision regarding former Delegate Tiffany Alston and the man who wants to replace her.
An elderly woman is rushed to the hospital after being attacked by a neighbor’s dog. This latest incident comes as the stand-off over pit bulls in Maryland heats up.
Showdown over pit bulls. Owners are fighting a court ruling that has many choosing between their dogs and their homes.
Longtime-NFL punter Tom Tupa is eligible for workers compensation for a career-ending back injury he suffered while warming up for a preseason game in 2005 at FedEx Field while playing for the Washington Redskins, Maryland’s highest court ruled on Wednesday.
The Maryland Court of Appeals has affirmed its decision to make pit bull owners and landlords liable for attacks. Though the court did make one amendment.
A lawsuit has been filed by two state lawmakers who want the state’s highest court to invalidate the General Assembly’s redistricting plan.
Maryland’s highest court has voted to allow anonymous juries in criminal trials when a judge believes there are concerns about juror harassment, tampering or safety.
A judge on Maryland’s highest court is stepping down to join a Baltimore law firm.
The Maryland Court of Appeals has ruled the state’s handgun laws are still constitutional despite a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down gun laws in Washington, D.C.