WASHINGTON — Newly disclosed U.S. government files provide an inside look at the Homeland Security Department’s practice of seizing and searching electronic devices at the border without showing reasonable suspicion of a crime or getting a judge’s approval. The documents ...Read More »
An epileptic inmate who was injured after he fell from the top of his bunk during a seizure has settled his federal lawsuit against officials at a state prison.Read More »
The $2.5 million lead-paint verdict that spurred a move to seize and auction vehicles owned by the Housing Authority of Baltimore City was reversed on appeal Thursday afternoon. The Court of Special Appeals said the case should never have gone ...Read More »
The Housing Authority of Baltimore City on Friday filed a motion to stop the seizure of trucks and other property to pay for damages in a lead paint case. The HABC’s motion, filed in Baltimore City Circuit Court, seeks to ...Read More »
An IPO splash by a Baltimore tech company and a look at the upcoming General Assembly legislative session are among the most-read business stories of the week. But news of the potential seizure of vehicles from a Baltimore city agency ...
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TOWSON — A Baltimore County grand jury has indicted two teens in a beating of a transgender woman at a McDonald’s restaurant that was caught on video. The indictment returned Monday charges Teonna Brown with assault and hate crime in ...Read More »