Lawsuit accuses Baltimore County entrepreneur of defrauding Rehab.com investor
A Baltimore-area businessman has been accused in a federal lawsuit of enticing investors with false promises and misusing his company's money for lavish personal expenses.
Maryland high court sets limits for transferring juvenile cases to adult court
Top court says public safety does not outweigh accused young offender’s amenability to rehabilitation in deciding if he or she should be tried as adult.
Trump urges Congress to overhaul nation’s prison system
President Donald Trump is trying to jump-start efforts in Congress to overhaul the U.S. prison system and help more former inmates successfully re-enter society.
Outpatient rehab centers increasingly popular in Md.
Hospital-owned outpatient rehabilitation clinics are proliferating across Maryland, their growth buoyed by lower costs and by patients’ broader insurance coverage, experts say. Also driving growth of the rehab health sector are more patients with health insurance because of laws such as the 2014 Affordable Care Act, more schooling and training of rehabilitation specialists, and more […]