Capitol rioter who propped feet on desk in Pelosi’s office sentenced to prison
A man who propped his feet on a desk in then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office in a photo from the U.S. Capitol riot was sentenced to years in prison.
Government withdraws filing that claimed defense firms profited from Ravenell money laundering
Federal prosecutors have withdrawn a filing that claimed criminal defense firms and lawyers profited from a money laundering scheme involving a convicted Baltimore defense attorney.
Adnan Syed asks Md. Supreme Court to review decision that reinstated his murder conviction
Adnan Syed is asking Maryland's highest court to weigh in on whether the rights of crime victims can supersede prosecutors' decision to vacate a conviction.
Chief Justice Roberts says Supreme Court can do more on ethics, but offers no specifics
Chief Justice John Roberts said there is more the Supreme Court can do to “adhere to the highest standards” of ethical conduct.
Do not call: Maryland, other states sue telecom company over billions of robocalls
Attorneys general joined in a lawsuit against a telecommunications company accused of making more than 7.5 billion robocalls to people on the national Do Not Call Registry.
Baker Donelson shareholders lend expertise to Md. Construction Law Deskbook
Shareholders in the Baltimore office of the Baker Donelson law firm reprised their roles as editors of the third edition of the Maryland Construction Law Deskbook.
Trump makes video appearance in NY criminal case; trial date tentatively set
Donald Trump has made a video appearance in a New York courtroom, where the judge tentatively scheduled his criminal trial for next year.
Feds claim criminal defense firms profited from Ravenell money laundering scheme
Federal prosecutors are asking an appeals court to disregard an amicus brief from one of the nation’s top organizations for criminal defense lawyers because the organization’s law firm “directly profited” from a money laundering scheme carried out by Baltimore attorney Kenneth W. Ravenell, a new court filing claims. UPDATE: Government withdraws filing that claimed defense [[...]
4th Circuit upholds admissions policy at elite Virginia high school
A divided 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the constitutionality of a new admissions policy at an elite public high school in Virginia.
Semmes, Bowen & Semmes makes return to Baltimore’s Central Business District
Corporate Office Properties Trust announced that Semmes, Bowen & Semmes has signed a lease for two full floors in downtown Baltimore.
Government raid on Baltimore law firm not covered by insurance, 4th Circuit rules
A Baltimore law firm's insurer is not obligated to cover the costs incurred after federal agents raided the firm, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled.
E. Jean Carroll adds Trump remarks to defamation case, seeks at least $10M
E. Jean Carroll, who won a $5 million sexual abuse and defamation award against Donald Trump, is seeking more in a court filing that seeks to hold him liable for remarks he made after the verdict.