Attorneys general from Maryland and nine other states plan to sue the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, saying its failure to review and ensure emissions standards for residential wood-burning stoves has allowed the continued sale of appliances that unduly worsen pollution. That means programs that encourage people to trade in older stoves and other wood-burning appliances, […]
The Maryland Attorney General’s Office agrees that the state’s top court should take up Adnan Syed’s appeal in his 1999 murder conviction.
The attorney general would gain the authority to prosecute local police officers they find criminally at fault for having killed someone or caused an injury “likely to result” in death.
Former Baltimore judge Katie Curran O’Malley formally announced that she is running for attorney general.
Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh has joined a coalition of 14 states seeking to stop the federal government from arresting undocumented immigrants on their way to court without first getting a judicial warrant or court order. All 14 states, including Maryland, filed an amicus brief Thursday that supports the state of Washington, which in […]
The U.S. Supreme Court has shown interest in hearing a gun rights group’s argument that the Maryland handgun permit law’s requirement that applicants provide the state with a “good and substantial reason” to carry a handgun outside the home violates the constitutional right to keep and bear arms. The high court on Friday requested that […]
Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh’s Consumer Protection Division has settled charges against a Montgomery County property management company and its owner, both accused of taking nearly $2.5 million from homeowner and condominium associations. Jason Barry Oseroff of Olney and Evergreen Management LLC of Silver Spring must pay all the money the company owes consumers and […]
ANNAPOLIS – A three-judge Court of Special Appeals panel hammered one question repeatedly Thursday afternoon as they weighed whether Adnan Syed, whose murder conviction gained international attention thanks to the “Serial” podcast, should be granted a new trial: Does a defense attorney have an obligation to investigate an alibi witness, even if that witness may […]
Quattrocki will leave the office September 27 top return to the Office of the Attorney General where she will fill the deputy position created by the departure of Thiru Vignarajah.
James O'Keefe and Project Veritas held a teleconference with conservative groups in Maryland Monday afternoon in advance of a video that will be released Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. on the conservative site The Daily Caller.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh has endorsed Democratic Rep. Chris Van Hollen for Senate.
Republican Gov.-elect Larry Hogan’s upset victory should have no effect on Attorney General-Elect Brian Frosh's decision to enforce the and defend Maryland's gun-control laws, sources said Wednesday.