Former Md. Attorney Pleads Guilty To Felony Insurance FraudMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh announced Tuesday that a licensed Maryland attorney pleaded guilty to one count of insurance fraud. 
Md. Attorney General Brian Frosh Continues Opposition To Federal Rule Restricting Asylum AccessMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh joined Tuesday a multistate coalition in opposition to the Trump administration’s rule limiting access to the asylum process. 
Md. Attorney General Brian Frosh Announces Indictments Of 7 Defendants Illegally In Possession Of FirearmsMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh announced Wednesday the indictments of multiple defendants illegally in possession of firearms. 
Maryland Attorney General Doesn't Support Purdue Pharma Opioid SettlementAbout half the states, along with about 2,000 local governments, reached a tentative deal Wednesday with Purdue Pharma over its role in the nation's deadly opioid epidemic.
Johnson & Johnson Opioid Lawsuit Could Benefit MarylandMaryland's Attorney General Brian Frosh said the state may benefit after a judge found Johnson & Johnson guilty of fueling the opioid epidemic in Oklahoma. 
Maryland Attorney General Joins Lawsuit Opposing Trump Administration's Rule Allowing Prolonged Detention Of ChildrenThe attorneys general argue the rule violates both the Administrative Procedure Act and the due process clause of the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
3 People Indicted For Allegedly Operating Unlicensed Assisted Living FacilitiesMaryland's attorney general has announced three people have been indicted for allegedly operating unlicensed assisted living facilities in the Baltimore area.
Over 20M Patients Affected In Massive AMCA Medical Data Breach, Attorney General Frosh Warns MarylandersMaryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh warns Marylanders their medical and other private information may have been compromised by a cyberattack against American Medical Collection Agency, a third party collection agency for laboratories, hospitals, physician groups, medical providers and others.
Md. Attorney General Joins Coalition Calling To Forgive Student Loans For Disabled VeteransMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh joined 52 attorneys general on Friday in urging the U.S. Department of Education to automatically forgive the student loans of veterans who became totally and permanently disabled from their military service. 
Psychotherapist To Pay $82K, Cardiac Care Providers To Pay Over $80K For Alleged Medicaid FraudMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh announced two settlements over Medicaid fraud with cardiac and psychotherapy care providers.
Md. Attorney General Joins Multi-State Lawsuit Challenging President Trump's Declaration Of National Emergency At Southern BorderIn the complaint, the coalition alleges the Trump administration's emergency declaration and diversion of funds is unconstitutional and otherwise unlawful.