Capital Gazette Shooter Jarrod Ramos Will Not Appeal Sentence Of Five Life TermsCapital Gazette gunman Jarrod Ramos will not appeal his jail sentence after being found criminally responsible for killing five people at the newspaper's offices in 2018.
Roy McGrath Claims Gov. Hogan Initially Backed His Severance PackageMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan initially expressed support in a private message to his former chief of staff when a severance payment to him at the center of a federal indictment became public, but Hogan's spokesman says the message was sent before he learned about how the payment was obtained.
Jury Convicts Maryland Inmate Found With Improvised WeaponAn inmate who authorities say was found with an improvised weapon in a Maryland prison has been convicted on weapons charges.
Capital Gazette Shooting Case Focuses On Records Of PsychologistLawyers in the case of a man who says he isn't criminally responsible for killing five people at a Maryland newspaper are scheduled to argue about documents relating to a psychologist's visit to a detention center.
Baltimore Man Pleads Guilty To Federal Drug And Gun ChargesA Baltimore man has pleaded guilty to federal drug and gun charges in a deal with prosecutors that calls for a sentence of 12 years in prison.
Anne Arundel County Man Sentenced For Threatening To Shoot Up WorkplaceA Maryland man has been sentenced to 98 days in jail for threatening to shoot up the Honda dealership where he worked.
Baltimore Man Sentenced To Federal Prison On Sex Trafficking ChargesA man labelled as a pimp was sentenced in federal court on Thursday.
Court Upholds Convictions Of 2 Members Of Gun Trace Task ForceA federal appeals court has upheld the robbery, racketeering and conspiracy convictions of two Baltimore detectives who were members of a corrupt police unit.
Jury Convicts Man Of Conspiring To Set Fire To His BusinessFederal prosecutors say a jury has convicted a man accused of conspiring to set fire to his business to collect insurance money.
Court To Hear Arguments On Maryland Political Ads LawA state law that was passed in response to Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election will get another hearing in federal court.
Maryland's Highest Court Rules In Medical Marijuana CaseMaryland's highest court has ruled that finalists to become licensed to grow medical marijuana in the state can defend their interests against a legal challenge over how those finalists were picked.
Trump's Travel Ban Watered Down By Another Court SetbackIn another setback for President Donald Trump, a federal judge in Hawaii further weakened the already-diluted travel ban by vastly expanding the list of U.S. family relationships that visitors from six Muslim-majority countries can use to get into the country.
Lawsuit Claims JPMorgan Chase Fees Cheat Jurors Out of MoneyA federal class-action lawsuit accuses JPMorgan Chase & Co. of cheating District of Columbia jurors out of money by forcing them to receive payments on a debit cards with high fees.
Maryland's Highest Court Approves Bail Reform Rule ChangesMaryland's highest court has approved changes to the state's pretrial system so people are not held in jail simply because they can't afford bail.
Sharapova Suspended Two Years For DopingMaria Sharapova has been suspended for two years by the International Tennis Federation for testing positive for meldonium at the Australian Open.