MD Receives $989K Settlement From Ford Over False Advertising ClaimsFrosh and other prosecutors said the automaker falsely advertised the fuel economy of 2013–2014 C-Max hybrids and the payload capacity of 2011–2014 Super Duty pickup trucks.
Frederick Co. Furniture Sellers Charged With Violating Consumer Protection Act, Frosh SaysThree Frederick County furniture sellers have been charged with violating the Consumer Protection Act after they allegedly took deposits on orders and failed to deliver goods, sometimes changing the name of their company to claim they didn't owe customers a refund
Body Camera Footage Release Delayed In Fatal Shooting Of Man By Harford County DeputiesOnce the release of the video will not compromise the investigation, the Attorney General's Office will make the body-worn camera footage publically available. 
Judge Orders Harford Sheriff To Hand Over Shooting Evidence To Maryland Attorney GeneralA judge on Thursday ordered Harford County Sheriff Jeff Gahler to hand over evidence to state investigators from the shooting death of a man killed by deputies over the weekend.
Frosh Seeks Court Order Blocking Harford County Sheriff's Office From Interfering With Probe Of Deadly ShootingMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh on Monday applied for a court order to block the Harford County Sheriff's Office from interfering with an independent investigation into the shooting death of a 53-year-old man killed by deputies over the weekend.
Maryland Judge Defers Decision On New Congressional MapA Maryland judge on Friday deferred a decision about the state’s newly redrawn congressional map, noting at a hearing that her ruling striking down the previous map is being appealed by the attorney general's office to the state's highest court.
Bill Banning Ghost Guns In Maryland Passes In HouseGhost guns are unregistered guns that are easily ordered on the internet, easily assembled at home and impossible to trace. 
Purdue Pharma Deal Has Families Deflated, Angry But HopefulFor those who lost loved ones in the opioid crisis, making sure the family behind OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma paid a price was never just about money. What many wanted was a chance to confront the Sackler family face to face, to make them feel their pain.
Five Indicted In Family Crime Ring Operating In Baltimore City, Anne Arundel County Auto ShopsFive members of a crime ring consisting mostly of family members have been indicted following a 10-month-long investigation, according to the Office of the Attorney General.
3 Men Indicted In 2020 Murders Of Baltimore Brothers, Frosh SaysThree men have been indicted in the deaths of brothers Cordelle and Cornelius Bruce, who were murdered within a week in 2020, Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh said Tuesday.
Frosh Warns Of Companies Going Door-To-Door To Test For COVID-19Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is warning residents of companies offering door-to-door COVID-19 testing, saying people who took the tests have reported not receiving results after several weeks and do not know if their personal information is secure.