Prosecutors want a judge to bar attorneys, police and witnesses from talking outside court about the case of Freddie Gray, arguing that statements by attorneys for some of the six police officers accused in Gray’s death could prejudice the public, according to court documents obtained Monday.
Baltimore’s top prosecutor won’t intervene in the case of a man serving life plus 30 years in a Maryland prison despite GPS evidence that says he couldn’t have been the triggerman in a shooting that paralyzed a 5-year-old girl.
Jerry Barnes, who served as Carroll County’s top prosecutor for 20 years and was about to leave office after losing in a Republican primary earlier this year, was found dead of an apparent suicide Saturday, authorities said.
In a second trail-blazing pick for the nation’s top law enforcement officer, President Barack Obama intends to nominate a federal prosecutor in New York to become the next attorney general and the first black woman to lead the Justice Department.
The top prosecutor in Prince George’s County will be greeting joggers at an event in College Park.
Anne Arundel County judges have picked a longtime county prosecutor to serve as state’s attorney.
The commander of the Criminal Investigations Division of the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department resigned Wednesday after being charged with misconduct in office.
Glenn Ivey, the former Prince George’s County prosecutor, plans to run for the congressional seat held by Democratic Rep. Donna Edwards, according to a spokesman.
Prosecutors have agreed to drop murder charges against a woman charged in the fatal stabbing of a Johns Hopkins researcher in exchange for her testimony against her co-defendant.
A former Baltimore County prosecutor is set to go on trial on charges that he stole a car at knifepoint from two women in January 2010.
Baltimore’s new state’s attorney says his decision to drop a felony assault charge against a member of an Orthodox Jewish neighborhood watch group accused of attacking a black teenager was based on the evidence.
A special prosecutor is asking a judge for a new sentence in the drunken-driving case of the director of the civil rights office of the Maryland Attorney General’s Office.