Attorney General Identifies Man Fatally Shot By Anne Arundel County Police On SundayOn Nov. 28 about 1:30 p.m., a woman called 911 and said a male family member was threatening her with a knife and chased her from a house in Glen Burnie, Attorney General Brian Frosh's office said Tuesday.
Maryland Sues Monsanto Over Chemicals' 'Long-Lasting Harm' On EnvironmentMaryland is suing agrochemical giant Monsanto over the toll the government believes the company's chemicals have taken on the state's environment, Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh said Tuesday.
Office Of Attorney General Receives Over $833K To Address Hate Crimes In MarylandAccording to the office, the state faces challenges engaging law enforcement and community-based organizations in areas impacted by hate activity, and in securing justice for victims through prosecution.
Attorney General Releases Footage From Police Pursuit Preceding Fatal One-Car CrashAttorney General Brian Frosh's office on Tuesday released video footage of the police pursuit that preceded a fatal one-car collision in Baltimore County earlier this month.
Victim Who Died In Crash During Salisbury Police Chase IdentifiedThe Maryland Attorney General's office identified the man who died last week after crashing his car during a police chase in Salisbury as 35-year-old Jamaal Parish Mitchell, an African-American resident of Salisbury.
Rep. Anthony Brown Announces Run For MD Attorney GeneralU.S. Rep. Anthony Brown, the current representative of Maryland's 4th congressional district and a former lieutenant governor, announced he is running for Maryland attorney general.
Brian Frosh Won't Seek Reelection As Maryland's Attorney General
Baltimore Man Convicted Of Felony Murder, Gang-Related Charges In Killing Of Bartender Sebastian DvorakA jury convicted 21-year-old Malik Mungo of first-degree felony murder, robbery and gang-related charges in the death of Sebastian Dvorak, a popular bartender who was killed in Canton while walking home after celebrating his 27th birthday, Attorney General Brian Frosh said Tuesday.
Just Puppies Agrees To Ban, $100K In Fines After Allegedly Selling Dogs From Puppy Mills, AG Frosh SaysJust Puppies, a retail pet store with locations in Towson and Rockville, agreed to a settlement prohibiting the company from selling dogs in Maryland following allegations the business sourced animals from puppy mills, Attorney General Brian Frosh announced on Friday.
Maryland AG Frosh Joins Coalition Opposed To Mississippi Abortion LawMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh has joined a coalition of his peers urging the Supreme Court to protect a woman's right to choose.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh Joins Coalition Fighting To Protect Women's Access To Abortion ServicesMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh announced that he joined a coalition of 21 attorneys general in filing "amicus brief in Planned Parenthood South Atlantic v. Wilson, arguing that South Carolina’s “fetal heartbeat” abortion regulations harm women’s healthcare and a lower court’s ruling blocking the law should be upheld."