Former Senator Nathaniel Oaks Sentenced To 3.5 Years In Prison, $30K FineFormer Senator Nathaniel Oaks, 71, has been sentenced 3-and-a-half years in prison with a $30,000 fine.
Ex-Maryland Senator Awaiting Fraud Sentence To Repay $5KA former Maryland senator who pleaded guilty in a federal bribery case has agreed to forfeit $5,000 as part of a plea deal.
Gov. Hogan Names Replacement For Nathaniel Oaks' Vacated Senate SeatMaryland Governor Larry Hogan has announced the replacement for the seat vacated by Nathaniel Oaks.
Fight Over Ex-Senator's Name On Ballot Moves To Appeal CourtMaryland's highest court is poised to decide whether a former state senator's name should be removed from the June primary ballot after his guilty plea in a federal bribery case.
Ex-Senator Gives Up Right To Vote To Remove Name From BallotA former Maryland senator has given up his right to vote to remove his name from the June Democratic primary ballot.
Judge Denies Removal Of Ex-Senator's Name From Primary BallotA judge has denied a request to remove a former state senator's name from the primary ballot after the former official pleaded guilty to fraud charges.
Ex-State Senator Supports Effort To Force His Name Off BallotFormer Maryland state senator Nathaniel Oaks says he supports efforts to remove his name from the Democratic primary ballot.
Voters Sue To Force Ex-Senator's Name Off Primary BallotA new lawsuit seeks to remove the name of a former Maryland state senator who resigned and has pleaded guilty to fraud charges in a federal bribery case from the Democratic primary ballot.
Former Baltimore Sen. Nathaniel Oaks Pleads Guilty In Federal Corruption CaseFormer Maryland Senator Nathaniel T. Oaks has pleaded guilty to charges in connection with a federal bribery case.
Baltimore Sen. Nathaniel Oaks Resigns From Md. General AssemblyBaltimore Sen. Nathaniel Oaks, who is facing trials on federal corruption and obstruction of justice charges, will resign from the Maryland General Assembly.
Indicted Maryland Senator Removed From Committee AssignmentsA Maryland senator facing federal bribery and obstruction of justice charges was removed from his position on the Senate Finance Committee.
US Attorney Sends Letter To Ethics Panel On Indicted SenatorMaryland's acting U.S. attorney says he believes it would be prudent for a Maryland legislative ethics panel to hold off its own investigation into an indicted state senator "until the federal charges are resolved."