Court Dismisses Exelon Challenge On Water Quality PlanA Baltimore City Circuit Court judge has dismissed a challenge by Exelon to the water quality certification issued by a Maryland agency in the proposed re-licensing of the Conowingo Dam.
Lawsuit: Sex Offender Requirements Applied RetroactivelyA class action lawsuit has been filed claiming the rights of at least 800 people listed on the Maryland Sex Offender Registry have been violated.
Family Of Baltimore Man Killed By Police SuesThe family of a Baltimore man fatally shot by police has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit, alleging that he wasn't posing a threat and that most of the bullets hit him in the back or buttocks.
Baltimore Women Awarded $3.8M In Lead Paint CaseA jury has awarded more than $3.8 million to two Baltimore women who suffered permanent brain damage after being exposed to lead paint as babies.
MDTA Officer Convicted In Off-Duty Gun Assault Involving 3A Maryland Transportation Authority police officer has been convicted in the off-duty assault of a man who was beaten in the head with a gun.
Baltimore Jury Awards $2M In Lead Paint CaseA big time settlement in court. A Baltimore jury awards $2 million to a teenager who suffered permanent brain damage after he was exposed to lead paint as a baby. The verdict came after a week-long trial.
Man Hurt In Ballpark Fight Sues Alleged AttackersA man who sustained a head injury in a fight during a ball game at Camden Yards is suing his alleged assailants for $5 million.
Baltimore Court Convicts Man Of First-Degree Murder For 2010 KillingThe Baltimore City Circuit Court has convicted Antonio Moore of first-degree murder for the 2010 killing of Avon Beasley.
Baltimore Man Gets Life In Prison In Cabbie's SlayingA Baltimore man convicted of first-degree murder in the slaying of a Frederick taxicab driver has been sentenced to life in prison, plus another 20 years for a handgun offense.