The killing sparked outrage and protests. Now, one year after the death of 17-year-old Christopher Brown, a Baltimore County police officer goes on trial.
A defense attorney for Pfc. Bradley Manning has won an objection after prosecutors said they could not produce a computer security agreement the soldier signed after arriving in Iraq in 2009.
A three-judge panel is weighing a bid to broaden the appeal of a former University of Virginia lacrosse player who was convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend.
Bradley Manning’s court-martial over giving troves of classified material to WikiLeaks is building toward testimony about video of a deadly U.S. airstrike in Afghanistan.
A judge is ordering a new trial for a man convicted of murdering a Garrett County sheriff’s deputy in 1979.
He once was dubbed “a mild mannered escape artist” by the Gettysburg Times in a 1981 article about his flight from the Patuxent Institution in Jessup, Md. At the time, it was his sixth prison break in 10 years. He was 32.
Pfc. Bradley Manning’s court-martial over the leak of hundreds of thousands of classified documents has been all about secrecy and security, and his trial has taken on a cloak and dagger feel, too.
It’s rare for an American to generate more sympathy abroad than at home, but Bradley Manning and his trial are unique in a host of ways.
Sitting almost motionless, Pfc. Bradley Manning listened to his attorney argue that the soldier was young and naive and only wanted to enlighten the public about the bitter reality of America’s wars when he gave a massive amount of classified material to WikiLeaks.
Pfc. Bradley Manning put U.S. military secrets into the hands of Osama bin Laden himself, prosecutors said Monday as the Army intelligence analyst went on trial over leaking hundreds of thousands of classified documents.
Supporters of an Army private who sent troves of classified U.S. documents to WikiLeaks are planning a protest rally outside Maryland’s Fort Meade before Pfc. Bradley Manning’s court-martial.
Closing arguments are expected Wednesday in the trial of an Iranian-American man living in Maryland who allegedly helped Iran launch a satellite from Russia, a violation of a trade embargo the United States has against the Middle Eastern country.