Prosecutors In 2 Counties To Swap Police-Shooting CasesThe top prosecutors of two Maryland counties have announced they will review fatal shootings by police in each other's jurisdictions. The swap is designed to curb growing concerns that prosecutors are too close to officers in their own counties to handle such cases.
State Prosecutor Asks For Witness Immunity PowersThe Maryland General Assembly could help efforts to fight public corruption by passing a measure to allow state prosecutors to grant immunity to witnesses so their testimony could not be used against them, the state prosecutor wrote in a report released Wednesday.
Mayor's Plan Doesn't Comfort City Residents Living In Crime Stricken AreasThe mayor's plans are already drawing stiff criticism for city residents living in neighborhoods plagued with violence.
Over A Dozen Convicted Murderers Released From Prison On TechnicalityMore than a dozen convicted killers are released from prison on a technicality, and dozens more could follow.
Prosecutors Undecided On Espinoza Perez RetrialProsecutors in Baltimore have not decided whether to retry a Mexican man for a fourth time on murder charges for the near-beheadings of three young relatives.
Prosecutors Recommend No Jail Time For Former Anne Arundel Co. Executive John LeopoldFormer Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold prepares to learn his punishment on charges of misconduct in office. He'll face the judge Thursday.
Prosecutors Want Johnson's Wife To Pay $15K FineProsecutors are asking that the wife of former Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson to pay a $15,000 fine in full before she reports to prison next month.
Mistrial For Man Accused Of Threatening O'MalleyA 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.