A south-central Pennsylvania man serving a life term in one murder case is heading to trial after rejecting a plea deal in the 1995 murder of a teenager.
Prince George’s County prosecutors say a Fort Washington man awaiting trial in a case stemming from a police officer’s death in a crash during a pursuit is now facing witness retaliation and obstruction of justice charges.
Canoe and kayak enthusiasts can learn more about the scenic Monocacy River in Frederick County by picking up a copy of Maryland’s latest water trail map.
Lawyers for a man convicted of killing Washington intern Chandra Levy filed a court document Tuesday detailing reasons he should get a new trial, a document that follows months of hearings involving a potential problem with a key witness.
A landlord accused of setting his tenants’ Delmar home on fire has been found incompetent to stand trial.
Chris Brown’s trial on an assault charge has been delayed for months after prosecutors declined to grant immunity to the singer’s bodyguard, whom defense lawyers call a key witness.
Singer Chris Brown’s trial on an assault charge in Washington, which had been set for Monday, has been postponed until Wednesday.
Singer Chris Brown’s bodyguard is going on trial for assault in Washington, a case that will be followed shortly thereafter by Brown’s own assault trial.
A former civilian contractor who worked at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland pleaded guilty Monday to helping the vice commander of a base near Pittsburgh receive extra pay in exchange for getting the civilian a no-show job at the Pennsylvania base.
Chris Brown has been taken into custody by U.S. marshals and will be transported to Washington, D.C., for an upcoming misdemeanor assault trial, an official said Thursday.
A woman at the center of a sexual assault case involving a former U.S. Naval Academy football player was expected to take the stand for a second day Wednesday at the man’s court-martial, a day after she testified he had told her they had sex, though she doesn’t remember it after a night of drinking.
A bank teller who conspired to use customers’ information to order fraudulent checks and steal money their accounts has been sentenced to more than five years in prison.