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  • City Paper reporter finds himself testifying against one of his subjects

    City Paper reporter finds himself testifying against one of his subjects
    A Baltimore City Paper reporter testified in a federal murder-for-hire trial Thursday, drawn into the story of a man whose career as a builder and petty criminal he has covered for more than half a decade. Edward Ericson Jr., a staff writer for the...
  • Charges dropped against Maryland parent who spoke against Common Core standards

    Charges dropped against Maryland parent who spoke against Common Core standards
    The Howard County father whose arrest became a viral web video and a cause celebre of conservative talk radio won't be prosecuted for disrupting a meeting on state education standards. The Baltimore County state's attorney's office dropped assault...
  • Teen arrested during Howard grand jury proceeding

    Teen arrested during Howard grand jury proceeding
    A 19-year-old member of the Howard County Grand Jury was arrested Wednesday after he allegedly photographed an undercover police officer testifying during the proceedings, according to a State's Attorney spokesman. Julian Warren Hudson, of the 4900...
  • Supplier to Black Guerrilla Family in city jail pleads guilty

    Supplier to Black Guerrilla Family in city jail pleads guilty
    A woman who supplied Black Guerrilla Family gang members with drugs to sell at the Baltimore jail pleaded guilty Wednesday to a conspiracy charge in federal court. Tyesha Mayo, 30, obtained marijuana and prescription pills and handed them off to...
  • No. 2 in city prosecutor's office nominated to federal bench

    No. 2 in city prosecutor's office nominated to federal bench
    The top deputy in the Baltimore prosecutor's office is in line to become a Maryland federal judge after President Obama formally nominated for the job Wednesday. The nominee, George J. Hazel, 38, was hired to join Gregg L. Bernstein's team shortly after...
  • Court restores right to public defenders at bail hearings

    Court restores right to public defenders at bail hearings
    Maryland's highest court ruled Wednesday that poor suspects should have access to counsel at all bail hearings, overturning the General Assembly's attempt to spare already-stretched public defenders from attending hundreds of thousands of proceedings each...
  • Five people charged in home invasion murder case in Cecil County

    Five people have been charged with murder in connection with a deadly drug-related home invasion robbery Tuesday in Cecil County. The suspects include an Aberdeen man who is in critical condition after exchanging gunfire with the victim of the home...
  • Video evidence to be presented in alleged assault by off-duty Howard Co. officer

    Video evidence to be presented in alleged assault by off-duty Howard Co. officer
    The State's Attorney's Office plans to present video surveillance footage as evidence during its prosecution of a Howard County police officer charged with assaulting a man while off-duty, State's Attorney spokesman Wayne Kirwan said Wednesday. ...
  • ACLU slams Baltimore Police over 'stop and frisk' name change

    The ACLU of Maryland is criticizing the Baltimore Police Department's decision to change the name of its "stop and frisk" procedures and said they receive regular complaints from citizens about such stops.  Last month, the ACLU filed a public records...
  • FTC says debt collector sent deceptive text messages to consumers

    The Federal Trade Commission brought its first case against a California debt collector that allegedly sent text messages to consumers. Nothing wrong with that, but the debt collector didn’t let on that it was debt collector, the agency said....
  • Former Arundel employee during Leopold tenure accepts $110K to end lawsuit

    Former Arundel employee during Leopold tenure accepts $110K to end lawsuit
    A former Anne Arundel County government employee who claimed that then-County Executive John R. Leopold harassed her has settled a court case against the county for $110,000 plus attorneys' fees. Karla Hamner accepted the county government's offer of...
  • New gun laws will affect Harford small business

    New gun laws will affect Harford small business
    Dale Bowman, 71, who has owned his Darlington gun shop for nearly two decades, said Maryland's latest wave of gun control laws, set to go into effect Oct. 1, will push his normally faithful clientele to out-of-state shops. He said Maryland's stricter...