For a man facing four months in jail, Julius Henson appeared rather relieved and upbeat Thursday afternoon. Now he could get back to campaigning.Read More »
Despite the same prosecutors, the same set of facts and the same defense — each defendant blaming each other — two separate city juries have handed down wildly varying verdicts over a series of automated calls made to Democrat voters ...
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The jury in the election fraud case of political consultant Julius Henson deliberated for a full day on Thursday in Baltimore City Circuit Court before heading home without a verdict. The jury — seven women and five men, 10 of ...Read More »
A Baltimore judge is weighing the constitutionality of Maryland election law’s anti-fraud provisions, as a political operative stands trial for allegedly conspiring and attempting to sabotage Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley’s 2010 re-election with robocalls urging Democrats to stay home and ...Read More »
A woman who claims she was roughed up and insulted during a wrongful arrest on drug charges can proceed with part of her lawsuit against the officers and the Baltimore Police Department, a judge ruled Monday. Judge Emanuel Brown allowed ...Read More »