Phylicia Barnes' Family: Michael Johnson Indicted AgainThe man who's been tried twice for the murder of teenager Phylicia Barnes has been indicted again.
Ex-Baltimore Cop Convicted In Mistress' Murder Granted Retrial 20 Years LaterBaltimore County prosecutors say they are taking stock of available witnesses and evidence in a 20-year-old murder case after Maryland's highest court overturned a former police officer's conviction.
U.S. Won't Retry Md. Prison Guard In Brutality CaseThe Justice Department's Civil Rights Division says it won't retry a former Maryland correctional officer on charges that stymied a federal jury in a prison brutality case.
U.S. Appeals Court Rejects Stun Gun Death RetrialA federal appeals court is rejecting a Frederick family's quest for a new trial in the electronic stun gun death of their son.
Statement, Ballistics Excluded In Guilty FindingAlmost 40 years have passed since a Talbot County Circuit Court jury found Merle W. Unger Jr. guilty of first-degree felony murder in the December 1975 shooting of Hagerstown police officer Donald Kline.
Md. Man Will Wait Another Week For Retrial Verdict In 1975 Cop Murder More than 35 years after his initial conviction, a western Maryland man will have to wait another week to hear a judge's verdict in a retrial of his December 1975 murder case.
Phylicia Barnes Murder Retrial Postponed A new trial for a man accused of killing a North Carolina teenager has been postponed.
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.
Prosecution Struggles In Second Trial For Twins Accused Of Setting Pit Bull On FireIn the case against twin brothers accused of setting a dog on fire, the lead detective tries to convince a jury he arrested the right suspects.
Dog Burning Case Spurred Greater AwarenessAnimal abuse has long been a fact of life in many parts of Baltimore, but the sadistic torching of a young pit bull in 2009 shook the city into action.
Ex-U.Va. Lacrosse Player May Seek RetrialLawyers for a former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted in the beating death of his ex-girlfriend have asked a judge for a hearing on a motion to have the case retried.
Retrial Set In June In Rape CaseA new trial is set for an Easton man who was convicted in 2006 of rape.