A major announcement from the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s office. The man tried twice for the murder of North Carolina teenager Phylicia Barnes was indicted again. Barnes disappeared in Baltimore in 2010; her body was found months later.
The man at the center of a wildly popular podcast based on his 2001 Baltimore murder conviction now waits for an appeals court to decide if he should get a new shot at clearing his name.
A judge rejects the gag order in the case against Jesse Matthew. He is accused of abducting and killing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.
A Delaware man sentenced to 106 years in prison for shooting into a police officer’s home as two children slept has been found incompetent to stand trial in similar shootings in Maryland.
Michael Phelps–the most decorated Olympian–appears in a court room and enters a plea.
A new trial begins with a new judge, but the prosecution’s theory that Michael Johnson choked Phylicia Barnes after becoming sexually obsessed with her remains the same.
Maryland’s highest court has ruled that criminal defendants cannot present evidence of DNA matches to other suspects at trial unless the results have been confirmed by more testing.
A man is on trial in Prince George’s County on a manslaughter charge in a car crash that killed his 4-year-old son.
The civil trial of a western Maryland doctor accused of molesting a female patient is being moved to another county to ensure an impartial jury.
A Montgomery County woman whose children have been missing for more than two months is deemed incompetent to stand trial in their disappearance.
Jury selection began Monday in the racketeering case that rocked the Baltimore City jail. Last year, FBI investigators uncovered a drug smuggling operation that included not only members of the Black Guerilla Family gang but also correctional officers. Now the last eight of the defendants are heading to trial.
A Maryland man charged with kidnapping and assaulting a Montgomery County judge with whom he was living has been found competent to stand trial.