‘Some Measure of Justice’ Baltimore City Pays $525K To Victim Who Says Corrupt GTTF Cops Wrongly Sent Him To Prison, Part of $14 Million In SettlementsThe Baltimore Board of Estimates approved a $525,000 payout related to the Gun Trace Task Force Wednesday.
Families Of Capital Gazette Shooting Victims Sue The Baltimore Sun, Tribune PublishingThe families of the five Capital Gazette shooting victims are suing The Baltimore Sun and its parent company, Tribune Publishing, for the alleged security lapses that allowed gunman Jarrod Ramos to enter the newsroom on June 28, 2018 and open fire.
Unemployed Workers Union Files Class Action Lawsuit In Hopes That A Federal Judge Will Reinstate Enhanced BenefitsThe Federal Relief Act budgeted aid for states to provide additional relief for the unemployed through September 2021, however, in June, Governor Larry Hogan announced Maryland would be discontinuing the additional federal benefit.
Baltimore City & BPD Issues An Apology After A Settlement Was Reached By Harlem Park Neighbors In Lockdown CaseFour residents in Baltimore's Harlem Park neighborhood reached a settlement in a lawsuit filed against the Baltimore City Police Department and former Police Commissioner Kevin Davis.
Unemployed Workers Union File Class Action Lawsuit To Prevent End Of Federal BenefitsThe Unemployed Workers Union has filed a class-action lawsuit naming Governor Larry Hogan and Maryland Secretary of Labor, Tiffany Robinson, as defendants.
Jewish Group Appeals After Losing Chabad House LawsuitA Jewish organization is filing an appeal after a federal judge in Baltimore dismissed the group's religious-discrimination lawsuit over an expansion of its property in Towson.
Judge Approves $577 Million Settlement For Maryland HBCUsA federal judge has approved a $577 million settlement in a lawsuit over underfunding at Maryland's four historically Black colleges and universities.
Fight For Women To Be Topless In Ocean City Back In CourtThe fight for women to go topless in Maryland's most popular beach town is back in court.
Baltimore Rapper Young Moose Sues Convicted Gun Trace Task Force, City Over 2012 Wrongful ArrestA Baltimore rapper is suing seven former members of the disbanded Gun Trace Task Force as well as other city officers after he accused them of harassment. He also claimed he was arrested and imprisoned without cause in a 2012 incident.
Maryland Senate Passes $577M Settlement For HBCU LawsuitThe Maryland Senate unanimously passed a measure on Friday for a $577 million settlement to a long-running lawsuit involving the state’s four historically Black colleges.
Settlement In Racial Bias Case Includes Apology From Frederick County SheriffA Latina immigrant who said her detention during a traffic stop fit a pattern of racially discriminatory policing in a Maryland county has reached a $125,000 settlement that includes a written apology from the county's sheriff, her attorneys said Thursday.
COVID Restriction Battle: New Push To Limit Anne Arundel County Executive’s Power; More Businesses File LawsuitSeveral sports complexes are suing Anne Arundel County, asking that they be allowed to remain open for organized sports practices, which make up a large amount of their business and are currently prohibited.
Judge Denies Request To Allow Indoor, Outdoor Dining In Baltimore One Week After AA County Judge Blocks Similar COVID-19 Order From Taking EffectA judge denied a request that would have restored indoor and outdoor dining in Baltimore City despite COVID-19 concerns, Mayor Brandon Scott's office said Wednesday evening, one week after a judge in neighboring Anne Arundel County came to the opposite conclusion about restaurant restrictions.
Maryland Rep. Andy Harris One Of 106 GOP Lawmakers Supporting Texas' Election Lawsuit Against Key Swing StatesMaryland's lone Republican congressman is one of 106 GOP lawmakers supporting a lawsuit brought by Texas against four key swing states that aims to delay those states from casting their electoral votes for President-elect Joe Biden.
Court Dismisses Lawsuit Against Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Arguing COVID-19 Orders Are UnconstitutionalA judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by a number of business owners, religious leaders and other residents against Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan that argued Hogan's executive orders aimed at combating the COVID-19 pandemic were unconstitutional.