Day 2 Of Deliberations Set In Ex-Va. Governor TrialJurors have their work cut out for them on day two of deliberations in the corruption trial of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen.
German Man Convicted Of Killing Socialite WifeJury deliberations will resume in the trial of a District of Columbia man charged with killing his 91-year-old wife.
Md. Jury Will Resume Deliberations In Deaf School Abuse Case WednesdayA jury continues its deliberations in the case of a former Maryland School for the Deaf employee accused of sexually abusing young girls in his care.
Bradley Manning Awaits Fate: WikiLeaks Verdict Likely On Tuesday Pfc. Bradley Manning could learn as early as Tuesday afternoon whether he will be convicted of aiding the enemy -- punishable by life in prison without parole -- for sending more than 700,000 government documents to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks, a military judge said Monday.
Man Accused Of Killing Wife 22 Years Ago Found Guilty Of Second-Degree MurderThe Howard County man accused of choking his wife to death 22 years ago and then burying her body in the backyard of their Elkridge home was found guilty of second-degree murder.
Mistrial On First-Degree Murder In Case Of Man Accused Of Killing 3 Young Relatives; Guilty Of ConspiracyA split verdict in the trial for a man accused of slashing his young relatives’ throats. Convicted of conspiracy but cleared of murder charges, Policarpio Espinoza Perez could still spend his life behind bars.
Jury In Espinoza Perez Trial 'Hopelessly Deadlocked'A jury continues to deliberate the fate of a man accused of one of the most horrific crimes in recent Baltimore history--the murders of three young children.
Suspects Found Guilty In Towson Town Center Murder TrialA gang hit. A teenager was gunned down outside Towson Town Center days before Christmas. Now, two men who prosecutors say were part of a killing team are convicted in his death. It's a crime that rocked shoppers and the community.
Jury To Resume Deliberations In Alston CaseJurors deliberated for more than three hours Monday without reaching a verdict in the case of a Maryland lawmaker accused of misdemeanor theft and misconduct in office.
George Huguely Found Guilty Of Second-Degree Murder; Jury Recommends 26 Years In PrisonAfter about nine hours of deliberating on the fate of the former University of Virginia lacrosse player George Huguely, a Virginia jury found him guilty of second-degree murder and grand larceny. It took them another few hours to recommend a sentence of 26 years in prison, 25 for the murder charge and one for grand larceny. As per Virginia law, Huguely will not be able to get out of prison early on parole. This is a recommended sentence and the judge will formally sentence him in April. He may or may not follow this recommendation. The formal sentencing is April 16.
Jury: Deputy Not Liable In Taser Death CaseA young man shot with a Taser dies. The sheriff’s deputy who fired the weapon is sued for millions of dollars. Wednesday afternoon, a jury reached a verdict in the case being closely watched by the law enforcement community.
Jury Finds Schurick Guilty Of All Charges In Robocalls CaseGuilty and facing time in prison. Jurors convict former Governor Bob Ehrlich's campaign manager.
Jury Asks Judge A Question In Currie CaseIt's another day of deliberations and still no decision on the guilt or innocence of a Maryland state senator on trial for accepting bribes.
Jury Begins Deliberations In Sen. Currie's Bribery TrialA federal jury debates the fate of a powerful Maryland state politician accused of taking bribes from a grocery chain. The trial of State Senator Ulysses Currie is in its sixth week.