A fraud claim brought against Saiontz & Kirk P.A. by a former client's estate will proceed after a Baltimore judge on Monday denied a motion to dismiss.Read More »
A U.S. Army sergeant’s girlfriend has testified to helping him kill his soldier wife in 2015. The Baltimore Sun reports 33-year-old Dolores Delgado testified against 37-year-old Sgt. Maliek Kearney Wednesday. Kearney is accused of crossing state lines to kill 24-year-old Army Pfc. ...
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The Office of Administrative Hearings has launched a searchable portal of select decisions dating back to last September to assist attorneys and members of the public with researching administrative law cases.Read More »
A former state senator who pleaded guilty to federal corruption charges is being hailed as a community hero by supporters even as he faces the potential of years of incarceration that his defense attorneys say could amount to a life sentence.Read More »
The Baltimore City Law Department plans to file a motion in the coming weeks arguing the city does not have to indemnify any of the Gun Trace Task Force officers named as defendants in civil lawsuits.Read More »
A lawsuit alleging supervisory negligence in a 2013 assault by guards in a Baltimore prison can proceed against the state after a judge denied Wednesday a motion to dismiss.Read More »
A Virginia attorney who filed a federal defamation lawsuit against the Maryland Attorney Grievance Commission voluntarily dismissed it last week after the judge in her discipline matter found she committed misconduct.Read More »