The Daily Record and the Maryland State Bar Association honor outstanding lawyers and judges annually through the Leaders in Law awards program.
Every law and every regulation invariably obstruct liberty, and the challenge in a constitutional democracy is balancing the majoritarian interests of the community with the minority interests of the individual. In times of crisis, such as the 9-11 attacks of 20 years ago and the pandemic we are combatting right now, that challenge becomes a […]
A Baltimore judge has granted a new trial to a man who has been tried four times for murder in the shooting death of a security guard.
Councilman Bill Henry said he will continue to try and overhaul the city’s inclusionary housing law even after his attempt this week was soundly defeated. On Monday, legislation closing a loophole in the current law that allows developers to get out of building affordable housing because of the expense to the city failed, with nine […]
The state constitution "is not in conflict with" the election law allowing 17-year-olds to vote in primary elections, according to the Court of Appeals.
Many in the crowd wore stickers reading “2014,” a not-so-subtle reminder to delegates that a vote for the measure could have consequences at the polls next year.
'This is Maryland. If we can’t do it here, where?'
The Eye on Annapolis Podcast returns with an update on gun control and the death penalty.
Staff members for The Daily Record have won 49 journalism awards and 10 advertising awards in state and national competitions this year. The newspaper’s “Too Big To Fail?” series on the $1.8 billion East Baltimore Development Inc. project took top honors for investigative reporting in the Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association contest. The five-part series by Melody […]