Adnan Syed spoke publicly about his 1999 murder case, calling for an investigation into what he called repeated prosecutorial misconduct in the case.
A former prisoner who was attacked by three other inmates at the Maryland Correctional Training Center has won a $4 million jury verdict.
Maryland has received $24 million as part of a massive settlement with four pharmaceutical companies over their involvement in the deadly opioid epidemic.
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 report sheds light on the role that lawyers played as the Archdiocese of Baltimore spent decades covering up and minimizing abuse.
The Maryland Attorney General's Office released a long-awaited report on decades of sexual abuse and institutional cover-ups in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
The Maryland Attorney General’s Office confirmed the release date of a 456-page investigation into decades of sexual abuse and coverups in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
The Maryland Attorney General’s Office received permission to release its redacted report into the history of child sexual abuse in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
Report names 158 Catholic priests accused of abuse after investigation into Archdiocese of Baltimore
The report identifies 158 Catholic priests accused of sexual abuse, including 43 that were never publicly identified by the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
A federal judge rejected OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma’s bankruptcy settlement of thousands of lawsuits over the opioid epidemic.
Nearly 300 rape kits have been destroyed by law enforcement departments in Maryland in the past two years, according to newly released data.
Attorney General Brian E. Frosh announced today that his office’s Consumer Protection Division has settled with a company that charged Maryland consumers $95 to file appeals of their property tax assessment — something consumers can do themselves for free. The settlement resolves allegations that Baltimore County-based Maryland Property Review Board LLC and its owners advertised [&hell[...]