The Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office has, under the Maryland Rules, until the end of the month to turn over discovery in the Freddie Gray case. But lawyers for the six indicted police officers said last week in court filings ...Read More »
The prosecution’s challenge to an accused murderer's testimony came too late, a Maryland appeals court has held, overturning the man’s conviction and life sentence.
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The Baltimore legal community mourning the loss of a longtime prosecutor and a Baltimore County restaurant winning a round in a battle over its parking lot are among the Top 5 legal affairs stories of the week. The most-read story ...Read More »
A man convicted of murder is entitled to a new trial because his first jury heard, three times, that he was on parole at the time of the killing, the Court of Special Appeals held Monday. The court said the ...Read More »
Decisions from the Court of Appeals dominate the most-read law stories of the week. The state’s highest court overturned two shooting convictions while upholding a death sentence. It also held the state’s constitution prohibits active judges from being age 70 ...Read More »
“You spend the first 20 years of your life trying to fit in, and you spend the second 20 trying to figure out a way to stand out.” I’m not exactly sure where this quote is from, but I like ...Read More »