Lawyers for a man convicted of killing Washington intern Chandra Levy returned to court Wednesday as part of their pitch to a judge that he deserves a new trial because of what they say are problems with a key witness.
A Maryland commission is recommending the state stop requiring people accused of crimes to post bond as a condition of release before trial.
A trial in Alexandria may answer questions about a secret military contract for hundreds of untraceable rifle silencers that prosecutors say amounted to theft of government funds.
The trial of an 18-year-old Maryland man accused of raping a fellow student in a school hallway in May is set to begin Monday.
School officials have rejected an appeal filed by the family of a Maryland boy suspended after chewing his breakfast pastry into the shape of a gun.
A prison inmate has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in a decades-old slaying of an Edgewood shopkeeper.
A Frederick man has been sentenced to eight years in prison in a child abuse case involving a 3-year-old boy.
A high-powered couple could be headed to prison. Virginia’s former governor and his wife have been convicted of corruption for taking designer gowns, vacations and other lavish gifts from a businessman.
A former Maryland officer convicted in a shooting that paralyzed a handcuffed man tried to attack prosecutors at his sentencing, delaying the proceeding until October, officials said.
Baltimore 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.
The jury in the trial of former Virginia first couple Bob and Maureen McDonnell hear closing arguments in their corruption trial Friday.
A friend of Maureen McDonnell has suggested that the Virginia former first lady was easily manipulated by the wealthy businessman who showered her and her husband with gifts and loans.