Hogan Appoints 2 Judges To State's Highest CourtHarford County Judge Angela Eaves and Howard County Judge Matthew Fader have been appointed to the Court of Appeals.
Maryland's Highest Court Extends Candidate Filing DeadlineMaryland lawmakers last month approved a new map that defines boundaries for all 188 seats in the legislature.
Governor Hogan Names New Chief Judge To Maryland's Highest CourtHogan also announced that Judge Joseph Getty will be the new chief judge.
Maryland Court Of Appeals Takes Up Case Of Convicted DC Sniper Lee Boyd MalvoMaryland's Court of Appeals, the state's highest court, is set to hear the case of convicted "D.C. sniper" Lee Boyd Malvo.
Maryland Court Disbars Lawyer Over Claims Made In Loan CaseIn a unanimous decision, the Maryland Court of Appeals has disbarred an attorney that it says used an untrue conspiracy theory in a lawsuit against a private lending company.
Baltimore Judge Suspended Six Months Without Pay For 'Incivility'Maryland's highest court has suspended a Baltimore judge for six months without pay for "a pattern of discourtesy and uncontrollable incivility."
Court Rejects Appeal From Man Serving Life For Killing 4Maryland's highest court has rejected an appeal from a man serving life without the possibility of parole for fatally shooting four people, including two toddlers.
Maryland's Highest Court Set For Hearing on Bail ReformMaryland's highest court is scheduled to hear testimony on calls to reform the state's bail system.
Maryland Man To Be Sentenced Again In Wife's 1972 Murder A man who spent more than 40 years in prison for his wife's 1972 murder in Prince George's County will be sentenced for the crime a second time.
Officials Begin Removing Names From Sex RegistryCorrections officials say they have started the process of removing more than 800 names from Maryland's Sex Offender Registry.
Md. Cut Back on Funding Criminal Defense For PoorSpending on criminal defense for the poor fell 7.9 percent in Maryland from fiscal 2008 to fiscal 2012, compared to a national decrease of 4.3 percent, according to a recent Justice Department study.