Prosecutors say they won’t oppose a venue change in the trial of Stephen McDaniel, who is accused of dismembering and killing Mercer University law school graduate Lauren Giddings.
Lawyers for CBS and CNN told a military judge they shouldn’t have to turn over unaired portions of interviews the networks did with a woman at the center of a sexual assault case that involved three U.S. Naval Academy football players.
A former Westminster businessman convicted in one of Maryland’s longest murder trials is dead.
A state psychiatric hospital patient in Cumberland is moving to more secure surroundings after he was ruled incompetent to stand trial for allegedly stabbing a nurse in the head with a metal spike.
A former Army soldier accused of trying to provide support to a terrorist organization in Somalia after he left the military intends to plead guilty in connection with the case, court documents show.
A German man who masqueraded as a well-connected Army general choked his elderly wife to death, searched online for escape plans and claimed to be entitled to part of the socialite’s estate, a prosecutor said at the man’s murder trial Tuesday.
A former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted of fatally beating his ex-girlfriend asked an appeals court Wednesday for a new trial, arguing that he was denied his right to an attorney when one of his lawyers fell ill during his trial.
Facing a judge. A man who worked with children — accused of sex abuse inside the Fort Meade military base. He will appear in court Friday on charges he abused two boys.
A Howard County jury convicted a former Maryland School for the Deaf employee on two charges of sexually abusing young students under his supervision.
Jurors began deliberating Friday in a Maryland School for the Deaf child molestation case after the defendant, a former school aide, testified that the seven girls were lying.
A man granted a new trial after his conviction in a 1976 slaying was overturned has pleaded guilty to murder and was sentenced to time served.
A national advocacy group for the deaf said Tuesday it is developing guidelines for courtroom use of American Sign Language after a Maryland judge banned spectators from using ASL during trial proceedings.