Looking at jurors from behind aviator glasses with his 5-foot-6 frame shackled in the witness box, Quinzell Covington outlined how to commit a murder.
Two former federal agents in Baltimore who led an undercover hunt for the head of an online drug marketplace called Silk Road have been charged with stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars during the investigation.
The U.S. Justice Department says the Baltimore City Detention Center continues to violate federal law in its treatment of youths charged as adults, failing to provide adequate programs and holding some in solitary confinement for "extraordinary" periods of time.
Christopher Webster said he saw his best friend, Howard Grant Jr., killed in 2008. He told police the attacker was James Berry III, Webster's boxing trainer and a friend to both men.
Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby, one of the youngest top prosecutors in the country, wants to give 30 city kids a chance to get started even earlier in their pursuit of becoming a lawyer.
President Barack Obama has nominated trial attorney Paula Xinis to become a U.S. District Court judge in Maryland.
Through two recent murder trials, Darryl Martin Anderson, a reputed gang hit man with a long rap sheet, refused to play the villain.
A federal grand jury has added eight defendants to the prosecution of alleged Cherry Hill gang members, linking the members to a total of six murders and nine shootings, the U.S. attorney's office announced Monday.