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Mistrial Declared In Trial For Man Accused Of Killing Phylicia Barnes

A mistrial was declared in the murder of a North Carolina teenager. This is the second time Baltimore City prosecutors have tried to get a second degree murder conviction against Michael Johnson in the death of Phylicia Barnes.


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Mistrial In Case Arising From Md. Officer’s Death

A mistrial has been declared in a case stemming from the death of a Prince George’s County police officer in a car crash.


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Md. Man Charged In 2011 Murder Of Identical Twin Shot Dead In Ga.

A Georgia man is behind bars for killing a man who made headlines here in Maryland after being accused of murdering his twin brother in Howard County. Wael Ali was charged in his brother’s death but was later released after a mistrial.


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Mistrial Declared In 2006 Murder Case

A judge has declared a mistrial for a man accused in the 2006 slaying of a former federal police officer.


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Mistrial Declared In Double Murder Trial

A Prince George’s County judge has declared a mistrial in the case of a man accused of killing a nurse and her daughter.


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Judge Declares Mistrial In Remaining 5 Counts In John Edwards Corruption Case

A mistrial has been declared in the campaign fraud trial against ex-presidential candidate John Edwards. Jurors on Thursday acquitted John Edwards of one of six counts involving him taking money from wealthy heiress Rachel “Bunny” Mellon. They told the judge they are deadlocked on the other five charges against him.


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Jury Deadlocks On False Distress Signal Case

A federal judge has declared a mistrial for a Maryland man accused of making a false distress signal to the Coast Guard.


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Mistrial For Man Accused Of Threatening O’Malley

A Baltimore County judge has declared a mistrial in the case of a Parkville man prosecutors say threatened Gov. Martin O’Malley in an e-mail.


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Landmark Dog Abuse Case Ends In Mistrial

Supporters of Phoenix the dog will have to wait even longer for justice. She was set on fire and didn’t survive. Now, after a judge declared a mistrial in the case of two teenagers, many wonder what will be next.