The judge finds Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold not guilty of misconduct for allegedly removing his opponent’s campaign signs.
The prosecution rests in the misconduct trial of Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold. The defense plans to ask for a motion for acquittal before starting its case.
As Former Scheduler Testifies, Defense Says Leopold’s Conduct Was Not Illegal & Was Done Out In The Open
The Anne Arundel County Executive’s misconduct trial heats up. Opening arguments were heard with strong words from prosecutors and the defense. Now, the prosecution’s witnesses are taking the stand.
The former commander of the Criminal Investigations Division of the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor misconduct in office.
The commander of the Criminal Investigations Division of the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department resigned Wednesday after being charged with misconduct in office.
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.
Former Delegate Tiffany Alston automatically lost her seat in the Maryland House of Delegates when she was convicted of misconduct in office in October, and a Prince George’s County committee can withdraw the name of a former drug dealer it nominated to replace her, a judge ruled Wednesday.
A Prince George’s County Circuit Court judge is expected to make a ruling soon over a variety of issues relating to the status of a seat in the House of Delegates.
A judge is scheduled to hold a hearing over matters related to a vacant seat in the Maryland House of Delegates.
A Maryland lawmaker removed from office for misconduct will fight to be reinstated, arguing that because her punishment was modified to probation, she is eligible to serve, her attorneys said Tuesday.
A Maryland lawmaker who pleaded guilty to settle two misconduct cases was automatically suspended from office without pay when a judge sentenced her, the state General Assembly counsel concluded in a legal opinion Wednesday.
A Maryland lawmaker’s future in office is uncertain after she entered a plea deal on Tuesday to settle two separate criminal cases for paying an employee in her law office $800 in state money and using campaign money to pay for wedding expenses.