A judge has ordered GPS monitoring for a Maryland man accused of calling himself a “joker” while phoning in a threat to his workplace.
Members of a Maryland task force on Tuesday began discussing laws and policies relating to firearms access for the mentally ill, as it considers changes to an area of the law that weighs Second Amendment rights with public safety.
A Maryland task force studying the ability of the mentally ill to obtain firearms is to meet for the first time.
A Maryland psychiatrist who killed her son and then herself left behind a suicide note that talked about mounting debt and conflicts with her child’s school district.
A northern Virginia psychiatrist who was fatally shot by a patient in an apparent murder-suicide had been a mentor to hundreds of area therapists, his colleagues said Saturday.
A Baltimore judge hands down the maximum sentence to a man convicted of killing his wife outside a city courthouse. The victim’s family says it’s the justice they’ve waited for.
Baltimore’s Circuit Court is launching a mental health case management docket.
A former mental health agency director who hid a video camera in a bathroom has been sentenced to five months in jail.