RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Trials and Arbitration

A collection of news and information related to Trials and Arbitration published by this site and its partners.

Top Trials and Arbitration Articles

Displaying items 121-132
  • No point in studying flawed idea of a birth injury fund [Letter]

    No point in studying flawed idea of a birth injury fund [Letter]
    The editorial "More study needed on birth injury bill" (March 12) supports the creation of a "task force" to study the implementation of a "new" system for handling medical negligence cases involving birth-related neurological injuries, similar to a...
  • Baltimore man's lawsuit over Ticketmaster fees moves forward

    Baltimore man's lawsuit over Ticketmaster fees moves forward
    A federal judge this week allowed a Baltimore man's lawsuit against Ticketmaster's fees to move forward. U.S. District Judge Ellen Hollander dismissed several of Andre Bourgeois' claims – including allegations that the Live Nation company engaged...
  • Jury selection begins Friday in Naval Academy assault case

    Jury selection begins Friday in Naval Academy assault case
    Jury selection is scheduled to begin Friday in a court-martial for a Naval Academy midshipman charged with sexually assaulting a classmate. Midshipman Joshua Tate is charged with aggravated sexual assault and making false official statements. The jury...
  • Hopkins doctor's files included 1,200 videos, images of patients undressed

    Hopkins doctor's files included 1,200 videos, images of patients undressed
    The Johns Hopkins gynecologist suspected of surreptitiously recording patients had more than 1,200 video clips and images depicting them in states of undress, according to prosecutors, a collection investigators believe he amassed over the course of eight...
  • For man wrongly arrested, $4,500 damages a pittance

    For man wrongly arrested, $4,500 damages a pittance
    Having recently interviewed the British statistician David Hand about probability principles, I suppose I should be willing to accept the following: Two men named James Elmer Bailey, both born on Oct. 15, 1962, resided in the Annapolis area at the time...
  • Murder conviction overturned after federal investigation

    Murder conviction overturned after federal investigation
    A Baltimore man went free Thursday after almost six years in prison, as city prosecutors dropped murder conspiracy charges against him because a federal investigation led to the conviction of another man. The man targeted by federal authorities pleaded...
  • Much of Terps guard Dez Wells' lawsuit against Xavier upheld Wednesday

    Much of Terps guard Dez Wells' lawsuit against Xavier upheld Wednesday
    A U.S. District Court judge on Wednesday upheld many of the claims in Terps guard Dez Wells' lawsuit against Xavier, which expelled him in 2012 after the then-Musketeers freshman star was accused of sexual assault. Judge Arthur Spiegel, according to...
  • Justice delayed [Editorial]

    Justice delayed  [Editorial]
    "After seven years of litigation, what's a few more months?" judges on the Maryland Court of Appeals apparently thought to themselves when issuing an order this week to yet again delay a requirement that defense lawyers be made available at bail...
  • Judge bars Carroll commissioners from invoking Jesus

    Judge bars Carroll commissioners from invoking Jesus
    The Carroll County commissioners must stop opening their meetings with prayers to Jesus Christ, a federal judge ruled Wednesday, a decision that comes amid a national debate over the limits of religious observation by public bodies. U.S. District Judge...
  • Getting out of jail free [Editorial]

    Getting out of jail free  [Editorial]
    A favorable Senate committee vote this week for the amended Senate Bill 973, which would solve a state public defender problem and offer some measure of bail reform, was a step in the right direction that should be repeated by the rest of the legislature....
  • Senate advances revamped bail system

    Senate advances revamped bail system
    A key state Senate committee advanced a bill Tuesday that would have the state eventually rely on a computer system to determine who gets released from jail after arrest and who has to post bail. The computerized "risk assessment tool" would decide...
  • Denied her animals by judge, Havre de Grace dog owner tells her story

    Denied her animals by judge, Havre de Grace dog owner tells her story
    A Havre de Grace-area woman is working to find her emotional footing after being jailed briefly last week for failing to appear in court and failing to pay fines incurred after her dogs got loose from her property in 2013. "They treated me all right...