WASHINGTON — A juror’s use of racial or ethnic slurs during deliberations over a defendant’s guilt can be a reason for breaching the centuries-old legal principle of secrecy in the jury room, the Supreme Court ruled Monday. The justices ruled ...Read More »
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A former Howard County youth gymnastics coach has been sentenced to six years in prison for distributing child pornography. Fifty-seven-year-old Paul Bollinger was sentenced in federal court in Baltimore on Friday. Prosecutors say Bollinger worked as a youth gymnastics coach ...Read More »
President Donald Trump lost the first round of a bitter fight to impose a targeted travel ban. Now comes round two. After federal courts blocked the president’s initial order barring people from seven mostly Muslim nations from entering the U.S. ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — Some Democrats worry the appointment of a Jeff Sessions subordinate to oversee an investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election won’t be a clean enough break from the embattled attorney general. But the veteran prosecutor in line ...
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After a little over a month of retirement, former Maryland Bar Counsel Glenn M. Grossman has found new employment, this time helping attorneys navigate the grievance process. Grossman will became of counsel at Eccleston and Wolf P.C. in Hanover on ...Read More »
When Sinclair Broadcast Group had a fashion emergency at its TV news stations in 2013, the Hunt Valley-based company knew where to find help. Two years earlier, Sinclair hired Colour Basis LLC, a Texas-based image consulting company to give style ...
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The District Court of Maryland has launched an Adult Opiate Recovery Court in Harford County to provide an alternative to jail for people who commit drug offenses, according to the state Judiciary. Previously a drug treatment court that started in 1997, ...Read More »