The top court found investigators for the state judicial ethics panel did not prove sanctionable conduct beyond a reasonable doubt.Read More »
If the case gets appealed to the Supreme Court as expected, Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh will urge the justices to affirm the constitutionality of a 40-foot-tall cross erected as a war memorial on state-owned land in Bladensburg.Read More »
The Maryland attorney general's office on Tuesday asked a federal appeals court to dismiss claims made against the state in a racial discrimination case brought by a former police chief and two other black officers from a small city on Maryland's eastern shore.
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Baltimore’s food trucks are free to roam the city’s streets without fear of enforcement of the city’s proximity ban prohibiting them from setting up shop near a restaurant with similar cuisine. The Court of Special Appeals last week denied the city’s ...Read More »
Employees injured on the job are entitled to workers’ compensation calculated based on the salary in their contract agreement, not salary earned in the weeks prior to the accident, Maryland’s intermediate appellate court has held. The ruling by the Court ...
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ANNAPOLIS – Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera received the Senate’s highest award for governmental service Wednesday, telling the senators she shares with them the privilege, responsibility and obligation to serve their fellow Marylanders. “It is not about ...Read More »
In their last filing before the Supreme Court hears their appeal, Republican voters told the justices Tuesday that federal judges can determine if Maryland’s Democratic-led General Assembly unconstitutionally redrew a congressional district to replace a GOP House member with a ...Read More »
A dozen states have come out in support of Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh’s request that the U.S. Supreme Court uphold a congressional district Republican voters say the state’s Democratic-led General Assembly redrew unconstitutionally to replace a GOP House ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS – Convicts must get credit toward their prison sentences for the time they serve in home detention while waiting for their appeals to be decided, Maryland’s second highest court has held. Though they are home, the convicts remain “in ...Read More »