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  • Inmate found incompetent for trial in guard's death

    Inmate found incompetent for trial in guard's death
    A convicted murderer accused of killing a state prison guard in Jessup seven years ago has, for a second time, been found mentally incompetent to stand trial after a hearing in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court. Doctors for the state who evaluated Lamarr...
  • CVS settles with Md. attorney general over expired items

    CVS settles with Md. attorney general over expired items
    CVS Caremark has agreed to pay $250,000 as part of a settlement resolving allegations that its pharmacy stores left products on shelves after they passed their sell-by dates and tossed customer records into open dumpsters, the Maryland attorney general'...
  • Dundalk man charged in nine robberies in Harford, five in Baltimore County

    Dundalk man charged in nine robberies in Harford, five in Baltimore County
    PIKESVILLE – A Dundalk man, who was arrested Wednesday night in connection with more than a dozen robberies in Baltimore and Harford counties, according to Maryland State Police, was ordered held without bond during a bail review hearing Friday...
  • Attorney for Dez Wells says lawsuit will help Terps wing 'reclaim what he's lost'

    Attorney for Dez Wells says lawsuit will help Terps wing 'reclaim what he's lost'
    New York attorney Peter Ginsberg has represented several high-profile professional athletes — such as NFL stars Michael Irvin and Jonathan Vilma, as well as PGA Tour player Vijay Singh — in defamation lawsuits. But he has also taken on cases...
  • Why we still march

    Why we still march
    Constance Baker Motley, the great civil rights lawyer with the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, was not planning to attend the now-famous civil rights March on Washington 50 years ago this month. She was exhausted. As one of Martin Luther King's lawyers during...
  • Delay in ACA's employer mandate nothing to celebrate

    Delay in ACA's employer mandate nothing to celebrate
    The glee with which Republicans greeted the delay in the employer coverage provision of the Affordable Care Act is heartless. Although it is politically motivated, such reveling will prove to be a political obstacle to Republican election chances in 2014....
  • Former U.S. Embassy employee sentenced in sex abuse case

    Former U.S. Embassy employee sentenced in sex abuse case
    A former U.S. Embassy employee from the Philippines convicted of sexual abuse that took place in Baltimore was sentenced to five years in prison Thursday. Rosauro Pacubas, 58, traveled with his wife and a victim to Baltimore in March 2012, where the...
  • Huguely files appeal in Love murder conviction

    Huguely files appeal in Love murder conviction
    Attorneys for George Huguely V, convicted last year of beating his girlfriend Yeardley Love to death in a highly-publicized case, appealed the case earlier this month. Huguely, a former University of Virginia lacrosse player, was convicted of second-...
  • Obamacare is a done deal

     Obamacare is a done deal
    Obamacare has been approved by both houses of Congress and signed by the president. Both Republicans and Democrats are in favor of elements of the law, such as no lifetime limits, no exclusion for preexisting conditions and coverage under parental...
  • Police involved shooting Saturday was fourth in Harford since October

    Police involved shooting Saturday was fourth in Harford since October
    Saturday's fatal police involved shooting north of Bel Air was the fourth such incident in Harford County dating back to October in which a law enforcement officer discharged a firearm. Seth Beckman, 19, of Bel Air, Beckman was shot by a Harford...
  • Terps Trio: Basketball schedule, Dez Wells' lawsuit, Trayvon Reed's upside

    Terps Trio: Basketball schedule, Dez Wells' lawsuit, Trayvon Reed's upside
    Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. What are your thoughts on Maryland’s just-released basketball schedule? Jeff Barker: A few...
  • Separating an admirable confession from a terrible crime

    Matthew Cordle does not want your admiration. He knows some people are finding inspiration in his courage. We are told this upsets him. He thinks they're missing the point. The point is, he killed someone. Vincent Canzani was a 61-year-old...