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  • Mystery developer identified in Dixon case

    Patrick Turner is the second city developer mentioned in a 12-count indictment against Mayor Sheila Dixon, his spokeswoman confirmed yesterday. Turner, who built million-dollar condos at Silo Point and is developing a swath of waterfront in Westport into...
  • Raw deal or right call? Verdict opinions abound

    In the middle of his oyster and beer lunch inside Lexington Market, Melvin Burgess got word that Mayor Sheila Dixon had been found guilty of a single charge of embezzlement, then proceeded to debate the closest person with a dissenting opinion. Burgess...
  • Found guilty, fate in doubt

    Found guilty,  fate in doubt
    Mayor Sheila Dixon was found guilty Tuesday of embezzling about $500 in retail gift cards meant for charity, a misdemeanor conviction that could end her tenure as Baltimore's first woman mayor. The Maryland Constitution calls for removing elected...
  • Laura Vozzella: The prolific Juror No. 11 finally gets to speak out

    Elaine Pollack's mom didn't know it, but she entertained a special guest for Thanksgiving dinner: Juror No. 11. Pollack might have been the most prolific note-writer on Sheila Dixon's jury, letting Judge Dennis Sweeney know things ranging from her desire...
  • The defense rests, and Dixon is silent

    The defense rests, and Dixon is silent
    When he instructs the jurors in the Dixon case, Circuit Judge Dennis M. Sweeney will likely tell them not to construe or infer anything from the defendant's silence. Mayor Sheila Dixon did not testify in her own defense against charges that she's a thief....
  • Mayor's defense hopes silence is golden

    When he instructs the jurors in the Dixon theft case, Circuit Judge Dennis M. Sweeney will tell them not to infer anything from the defendant's silence during trial - and they certainly should not interpret it as a sign of guilt. The judge will do this,...
  • Closings set today in Dixon case

    Closings set today in Dixon case
    Jurors are set to hear closing arguments today in the criminal theft trial of Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon - without ever having heard from Dixon herself. The panel of nine women and three men will then begin deliberating the case against the mayor,...
  • Dixon's fate in jurors' hands

    Dixon's fate in jurors' hands
    Twelve Baltimore residents are now deciding the fate of Mayor Sheila Dixon, who stands accused of five criminal charges involving theft or embezzlement of gift cards. The jurors deliberated for about four hours Thursday, sending the judge several...
  • Dixon trial just one of city's problems, but an important one

    Dixon trial just one of city's problems, but an important one
    Of course, there are bigger issues, and bigger offenses against society, than the alleged theft of gift cards by the mayor of Baltimore. Monday morning, you could walk across North Calvert Street, from Courthouse East to the Mitchell Courthouse, and...
  • Jury reports it is making 'progress'

    Jury reports it is making 'progress'
    Jurors in Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon's theft and embezzlement trial are heading into a fourth day of deliberations today but reported Monday that they were making "progress." A note delivered about 4:30 p.m. Monday from the jury forewoman asked Judge...
  • Jury gives no signs of a direction

    Jury gives no signs of a direction
    The Baltimore jury deliberating the theft case against Mayor Sheila Dixon has met for about 25 hours -- nearly as long as testimony presented in the trial -- and is to return this morning to begin its fifth day. Jurors, who have sent more than 30 notes...
  • A house of (gift) cards at City Hall

    Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon's theft case, which remains before a jury this week, has shed light on little-known charitable efforts she ran from City Hall with few controls over solicitations and vague guidelines for who should benefit. As City Council...