The Lee family challenged Baltimore city prosecutors' handling of the case under Maryland's victims rights laws and asked for a more thorough evidentiary hearing.
Maryland's attorney general attacked the integrity of the process used to exonerate one of Maryland's highest-profile defendants.
Maryland’s ban on semiautomatic assault-style weapons passes constitutional muster because it is in keeping with the nation’s history of restricting “extraordinarily dangerous” offensive weapons, the state’s attorney general argued.
Maryland will review about 100 autopsies of people who died in police custody involving physical restraint because of concerns about the state's former medical examiner.
Should Maryland's attorney general be a skilled courtroom practitioner or a politically savvy dealmaker?
The company behind the TurboTax tax-filing program will pay $141 million to customers who were deceived by misleading promises of free tax-filing services.
Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh urged the General Assembly to pass legislation banning the possession of ghost guns.
Maryland’s attorney general filed a lawsuit against Monsanto, alleging that chemicals it manufactured harmed the state’s waters, fish and wildlife.
Gov. Larry Hogan has directed Attorney General Brian Frosh to pursue litigation against Pennsylvania and the Environmental Protection Agency over Pennsylvania’s plan to clean up the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Hogan believes the EPA will not force Pennsylvania to meet its requirements under the state’s Watershed Improvement Plan. “In an evaluation of the (Watershed Improvement Plan) [&hellip[...]
Maryland lawmakers, elected officials and advocates praised the novelty of a new law to create a board to review the prices of high-cost prescription drugs, even as the earliest possible action it could take on prices is 2021. The law to create a Prescription Drug Affordability Board took effect Monday, and lawmakers hope this attempt […]
An Annapolis-based surrogacy service provider collected as much as $100,000 in fees and then failed to provide the promised services to patients, Attorney General Brian E. Frosh’s office alleged in two actions announced Tuesday. Surrogacy is an arrangement in which a woman agrees to become pregnant and to give birth to a child for another […]
The state has reached a settlement with the former operator of five nursing facilities and their owner after a lawsuit alleged the company engaged in unlawful patient discharge practices and submitted false claims to the state Medicaid program, Attorney General Brian E. Frosh’s office announced Friday. Under the settlement, Neiswanger Management Services, LLC and owner Matthew […]