With Maryland projected to be short billions of dollars for its long-term transportation projects, state lawmakers next session may have to scale back high-profile plans.
Text messages about trips to the gun range were admissible as evidence in the trial against a man accused of flashing a gun during a dispute days later, Maryland’s second-highest court ruled. The man, Ronald J. Francois, was prohibited from possessing a firearm, so the text messages were also evidence of prior “bad acts” — […]
The Maryland Supreme Court declined to adopt the "doctrine of chances" to allow evidence of prior crimes against a man who was convicted of causing his child's death and then accused of killing his girlfriend's infant son five years later.
A federal watchdog will investigate how the Biden administration chose a site in Greenbelt for a new FBI headquarters following a contentious competition.
One co-tenant of a home can be ordered to pay the entire cost of a trustee’s services in a judicial sale of the home, the Maryland Appellate Court held.
The 23 people you’ll meet in this Power List are at the top of the criminal law profession across the breadth of Maryland.
More women than men are pursuing juris doctor degrees, a trend that is even more pronounced at Maryland's two law schools.
Maryland will pay to settle claims from an imprisoned man who alleged that a guard abused and sexually assaulted him.
Maryland Gov. Wes Moore named new judges to the Anne Arundel County and Prince George's County circuit courts.
Maryland, which one of the highest rates of unintended pregnancy in the country, has partnered with a national nonprofit to improve contraceptive care.
A family dispute over ownership of four Norman Rockwell illustrations given to Franklin Roosevelt’s longtime press secretary 80 years ago has been resolved.
A proposed class-action lawsuit accuses a Montgomery County law firm and the owner of a Howard County apartment complex of illegally pursuing rent payments when the property was not licensed.