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The University of Baltimore School of Law. (File Photo)
Sep 6, 2023

Conference aims to ‘innovate and improve’ Maryland corrections and rehabilitation

The Maryland Alliance for Justice Reform is hosting Beyond Confinement, a conference that will tackle rethinking correction and rehabilitation in Maryland.

Sep 5, 2023

Baltimore County to pay women employees $275K to settle complaint relating to nude photos

Baltimore County will pay 11 women employees of its fire department $275,000 to settle a federal complaint that they were subjected to a hostile work environment.

Michelle Daugherty Siri
Sep 5, 2023

Maryland Legal Services Corp. to continue expanding legal access under new leadership

The Maryland Legal Services Corporation will continue to expand access to effective civil legal assistance to low-income Maryland residents under new leadership.

Former Budget Secretary David Brinkley said that, while lawmakers may not propose a change to the Blueprint during the legislative session that begins in January, he expects them to in the coming years. (File photo)
Sep 4, 2023

As Moore avoids specifics on deficit in state budget, conservatives warn of tax hikes

Gov. Wes Moore and members of his cabinet have shied from specifying how spending may change as the state approaches a projected structural deficit after years of surplus.

Sep 1, 2023

Baltimore County jury awards $4M to victim of 2017 prison attack

A former prisoner who was attacked by three other inmates at the Maryland Correctional Training Center has won a $4 million jury verdict.

Sep 1, 2023

Baltimore County lawyer suspended for ignoring clients, charging unreasonable fees

A Baltimore County lawyer has been indefinitely suspended after the Maryland Supreme Court found she failed to advance clients’ cases and appear for scheduled meetings. 

Maryland Court of Appeals
Aug 31, 2023

Md. high court upholds $7M adultery award in postnuptial agreement

The Maryland Supreme Court upheld a postnuptial agreement provision that requires the transfer of $7 million after the petitioner spouse engaged in adultery.

A shoulder patch is displayed on a Baltimore Police Department officer on March 31, 2016, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)
Aug 31, 2023

Baltimore police ‘arbitrary and capricious’ in denying public records fee waiver, high court rules

The Maryland Supreme Court agreed that the Baltimore Police Department's refusal to waive a $245,000 fee for public records of investigations into officers' use of force was "arbitrary and capricious."

Aug 31, 2023

Introducing The Daily Record’s 2023 Personal Injury & Medical Malpractice Law Power List

The people on the Personal Injury & Medical Malpractice Law Power List are among the most respected practitioners in their field.

Maryland Gov. Wes Moore talks to reporters during a media availability on April 27, 2023 in Annapolis. Moore said he is planning to sign gun-control legislation approved by the Maryland General Assembly earlier this month. (AP Photo/Brian Witte)
Aug 30, 2023

Joined by FCC chair, Moore urges Marylanders to tap broadband aid

Gov. Wes Moore has continued to push for Marylanders to take advantage of a federal broadband internet assistance program.

Maryland Court of Appeals
Aug 30, 2023

Lawyer who didn’t seek Baltimore officer’s disciplinary file was not ineffective, high court rules

A lawyer who failed to solicit disciplinary information about a Baltimore police officer did not provide ineffective assistance to his client in a 2012 drug case, the Maryland Supreme Court ruled.

Attorney General Anthony Brown said higher wages increase equity among workers, reduce poverty, and help ease income inequality.
Aug 30, 2023

AG Brown joins amicus brief supporting boosted wages for federal contract workers

The Maryland Office of the Attorney General joined 22 other states in filing an amicus brief in support of raising wages for federal contract workers.

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