Judge Rules Prosecutors Can Review Mental Health Records Of Accused Capital Gazette ShooterA judge has ruled prosecutors can review mental health and behavioral records of accused Capital Gazette shooter Jarrod Ramos, as well as most of his jail records.
Judge In Capital Gazette Shooting Case Rules On Evidence SharingAttorneys in the case have been wrangling over issues relating to discovery, a legal process in which information about evidence is exchanged between the defense and the prosecution.
Gov. Hogan Proclaims Freedom Of The Press Day In Honor Of Capital Gazette Journalists Killed Last YearThe day will specifically honor Gerald Fischman, Rob Hiaasen, John McNamara, Rebecca Smith, and Wendi Winters.
Court Hearing Postponed In Capital Gazette Newspaper Shooting CaseThe accused killer in the attack on a Maryland newsroom last year faced a judge again Tuesday as attorneys edge closer to trial.
Memorial Proposed For Fallen Journalists A Year After Capital Gazette ShootingThe publisher of the Maryland newspaper where a gunman killed five people last year is pushing for a national monument to fallen journalists.
4 Capital Gazette Victims Honored At Newseum MemorialEach year, the Newseum rededicates its Journalists Memorial in recognition of the dangers in the profession of journalism and those who died in the pursuit of news.
Accused Capital Gazette Mass Shooter Appears In Court; Mental Evaluation ‘Ongoing’A judge has scheduled a hearing this month to resolve several pretrial matters for the man charged with killing five people at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland.
Jarrod Ramos Accused In Capital Gazette Shooting Case Pleading Not Criminally Responsible By Reason Of InsanityLawyers for Jarrod Ramos have until the close of business Monday to file a change of plea to not criminally responsible.
Capital Gazette Honored With Special Pulitzer; Commemorated With Somber SilenceCapital Gazette staff members stayed silent and somberly exchanged hugs Monday when the Maryland newspaper won a special Pulitzer Prize citation for its coverage and courage in the face of a massacre in its newsroom.
Judge Schedules Hearing In Capital Gazette Shooting CaseA judge is expected to hear arguments next week about whether a man charged with killing five people at a Maryland newspaper office should have more time to consider an insanity plea.
June 28 Named 'Freedom Of The Press Day' In Maryland In Honor Of Capital Gazette Shooting Victims In honor of the five victims who died in the Capital Gazette shooting, June 28 is officially freedom of the press day in Maryland.
Defense Team For Accused Gazette Shooter Asking To Extend Deadline For Insanity Plea
Defense Wants More Details In Capital Gazette Shooting CaseAttorneys for the man accused of killing five people at the Capital Gazette newsroom in Maryland say prosecutors haven't provided them with enough factual details involving the charges against their client, as they weigh changing his plea to not criminally responsible due to insanity.
Winters Family Hosts Second Wendi Winters Memorial Blood DriveThe family of Wendi Winters, one of five people killed in the Capital Gazette newsroom shooting, hosted a blood drive to keep her memory alive.
Statehouse Press Room Could Honor Capital Gazette Shooting VictimsTop political leaders are supporting a proposal to rename the Maryland State House's main press room in honor of the five Capital Gazette employees killed in last year's newsroom shooting.