Police: Md. Teacher Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Autistic Student Flees To Hong Kong Montgomery County Police say a teacher accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old autistic student has fled to Hong Kong to avoid prosecution.
Prosecution Ends Its Manning Sentencing CaseThe classified information that Army Pfc. Bradley Manning disclosed through WikiLeaks put entire Afghan villages at risk of harm from the Taliban for cooperating with U.S. forces, a Pentagon official testified Friday at the soldier's sentencing hearing.
Defense Seeks New Trial For Man Convicted In Phylicia Barnes' MurderDefense attorneys are seeking a new trial for a Baltimore man convicted in the high-profile slaying of a North Carolina teenager.
Gitmo War Crimes Court Surprises Some ObserversThe military tribunals held at an isolated U.S. outpost have been lambasted as kangaroo courts, heavily weighted in favor of the prosecution. But most of the convictions so far have led to lighter than expected sentences.
Huguely's Former Lacrosse Teammates Testify Against Him In Murder TrialThe prosecution rests in the case against George Huguely, who is accused of killing Cockeysville native Yeardley Love. They ended with riveting testimony from Huguely's former lacrosse teammates, and a woman claiming Huguely wanted sex the night Love died.
Day 2 Of Bradley Manning's Hearing; Prosecutors Present Evidence Amidst ProtestsIt's the second day of a hearing to determine whether Bradley Manning will stand trial for leaking thousands of classified documents to the website WikiLeaks.
Woman Who Recorded Controversial Election Night Robocall Takes The StandThe prosecution continues to build its case against one of the men who ran former Governor Bob Ehrlich's campaign last year.
Inmate's Attorneys Seek Peek At Prosecution CaseAttorneys for an inmate accused of killing a corrections officer are seeking a hearing that will give them a look at the prosecution's case -- and a chance to persuade a judge to take the death penalty off the table.
Woman Accused Of Killing JHU Researcher Won't Face Murder ChargesOne of two people accused of killing a Johns Hopkins researcher no longer faces murder charges. She's now agreed to testify against her co-defendant.

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