A $30 million wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of a man killed outside a Baltimore nightclub by a former police officer Gahiji Tshamba appears headed to trial.Read More »
A federal judge has decided which claims against Baltimore officials can go forward in a lawsuit over the shooting of an Iraq war veteran by an off-duty officer outside a nightclub. Judge Richard Bennett granted the dismissal of state claims ...Read More »
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Baltimore police officer Gahiji Tshamba took the stand in his murder trial Wednesday and testified that he shot Tyrone Brown in the early morning hours of June 5, 2010, but only after Brown assaulted a woman and Tshamba and then ...Read More »
In each of the first three days of the murder trial of Baltimore police officer Gahiji Tshamba, the prosecution called an eyewitness who testified it was the off-duty officer who aggressively escalated the confrontation with a former Marine behind a ...Read More »
The murder prosecution of police officer Gahiji Tshamba rested Monday afternoon, concluding a three-day presentation that showed what can happen when alcohol, testosterone and a gun are combined, and setting the stage for the defense’s counter-narrative in Baltimore City Circuit ...Read More »
The trial of the off-duty Baltimore officer who shot a man outside of a nightclub last year began this week, and former Baltimore County Executive Jim Smith announced he would be joining a Towson law firm. Those stories and more ...Read More »
Immigrant tuition foes gather names Opponents of in-state tuition rates for illegal immigrants submitted petitions with more than 40,000 signatures to the State Board of Elections in their plan to put the measure on the November 2012 ballot. This was more ...
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After spending most of Tuesday deciding what evidence could be part of the first-degree murder trial of Baltimore police officer Gahiji Tshamba, Judge Edward R.K. Hargadon learned that he, not a jury, would also be deciding the ultimate evidentiary question: ...Read More »
The trial of a Baltimore police officer charged with shooting an unarmed man to death outside a nightclub is set to begin this week. After two trial postponements, pre-trial motions in the case of Officer Gahiji Tshamba are scheduled to ...Read More »