Maryland's top court will hold off on considering the state's ban on gun possession for people convicted of certain crimes while the U.S. Supreme Court considers a similar case.
The Supreme Court on Thursday blocked a nationwide settlement with OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma that would shield members of the Sackler family from civil lawsuits.
Convicted Baltimore defense attorney Kenneth W. Ravenell will remain out of prison while he asks the U.S. Supreme Court to consider tossing his federal money laundering conviction.
The Maryland Board of Public Works approved a $1.3 million emergency purchase of mifepristone, a pill commonly used in abortions.
Confidence in the Supreme Court sank to its lowest point in at least 50 years in 2022 in the wake of the Dobbs decision that led to state bans and other restrictions on abortion, a major trends survey shows.
A former Maryland correctional officer's request to appeal a federal jury verdict in a prisoner assault is at the center of a key procedural question being considered by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Although we have confidence in the integrity of the Supreme Court of Maryland, sadly, we no longer have the same confidence in the integrity of our nation’s high court. There is much blame to go around, but most of it lies at the feet of Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. The latest episode in […]
Companies that lost business during the pandemic await a Maryland high court decision on whether their financial hit was insured as “physical damage."
The Supreme Court's conservative majority is allowing evictions to resume across the United States.
When José Oliva tried to sue after police put him in a chokehold and threw him to the ground, a federal appeals court ruled he was out of luck. He’s asking the Supreme Court to revive his lawsuit.
Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett declared Monday that Americans “deserve an independent Supreme Court that interprets our Constitution and laws as they are written," encapsulating her conservative approach to the law that has Republicans excited about the prospect of her taking the place of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsbur g before Election Day.
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way the Supreme Court is doing business. For the foreseeable future the court will be announcing its opinions not in the courtroom but by posting decisions online. And the justices are holding their private conferences by phone.