Sun coverage: The Bromwell case

Coverage of the public corruption case against former state Sen. Thomas L. Bromwell, who has been charged with steering millions of dollars in building contracts to a single construction firm.

November 1, 2005

Bromwells enter not-guilty pleas

Former state Sen. Thomas L. Bromwell and his wife, Mary Patricia, pleaded not guilty yesterday to charges that they traded their political influence for a lucrative, no-show job and off-the-books construction work on their Baltimore County home.

October 27, 2005

Firm employee pleads guilty in Bromwell case

A project manager for a Baltimore construction company pleaded guilty in federal court yesterday to lying to investigators about discounted work done for Thomas L. Bromwell Sr. at the former state senator's home.

October 25, 2005

From The Sun archive

New U.S. attorney to have first big test

Prosecuting former state Sen. Thomas L. Bromwell - charged last week with steering millions of dollars in building contracts to a single construction firm - could be the first major test for Maryland's new U.S. attorney.

October 21, 2005

Case to show Md. political life

A trial of former state Sen. Thomas L. Bromwell could pull some of the most influential leaders in Annapolis into a courtroom, focusing attention on how relationships between politicians and business leaders - often built through money and favors - can shape the course of legislation and state affairs.

October 20, 2005

Bromwell and wife indicted

A federal grand jury accused a Democratic former state senator from Baltimore County yesterday of accepting bribes from a local construction company president vying for millions of dollars worth of state contracts.

October 20, 2005

Bromwell was among state's most powerful

In Annapolis, Thomas L. Bromwell invariably sported a huge gold ring he described as "big and gaudy and loud" - much like himself.

October 20, 2005

Bromwell timeline

Sept 3, 2003: The first published reports appear that the FBI is investigating former state Sen. Thomas L. Bromwell and his connection to Poole and Kent Co., a Baltimore mechanical contracting firm that participated in high-profile state projects, including the city's M&T Bank football stadium and its $41 million juvenile justice center.

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