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Despite his efforts to stave off his long-overdue date with justice, indicted war criminal Ratko Mladic appeared before a panel of judges at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague on Friday. Soon he will stand trial for...
The young East Baltimore woman gave police a vivid description of her rape: A man snatched her off the street and used a pocketknife to force her into the darkness of Ellwood Park. Then the pregnancy test conducted during her medical examination came...
Kirk Bloodsworth, the first American death row inmate to be exonerated by DNA evidence, has lived to see something he never could have imagined -- an award named after him, and its first recipient a Democratic senator from Vermont. Tuesday night, at a...
Tags: Martin O'Malley, Patrick Leahy, Hamilton, Maryland, Government
Baltimore Sun reporterFor Cockeysville businessman Ron Ryba, the long walk from the parking lot to the stadium in Philadelphia was a 29-year trail of memories. He had come to meet the son he and his high school sweetheart had never dared to look at when they gave him up for...
The trial against three men accused of murdering former Baltimore City Councilman Kenneth N. Harris will go forward with DNA and photographic evidence that defense attorneys tried vigorously to quash, a judge ruled Monday. The decision by retired...
Mcclatchy-tribuneLawyers for three former Duke lacrosse players asked a judge yesterday to find Mike Nifong, the former district attorney, in criminal contempt of court. A finding of contempt could land Nifong in jail. The motion was filed with Durham Superior Court...
Tags: Prosecution, Lacrosse, Lawyers, Trials, Biotechnology Industry
Sun ReporterAs reporters, we're not supposed to fall in love with those we write about -- no matter how soulful a set of eyes they flash at you. So sue me. I was working when I first laid eyes on Ace, visiting the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter, known...
Sun reporterInside every creature there is DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid. It has been called the blueprint for life, probably because that's much easier to say. Almost every cell in your body contains DNA, and within it, children's textbooks say, lies "all the...
sun reporterThere are 75 million dog stories in America. This is one of them. It's not about a hero dog, or a movie dog, or a dog show-winning dog, or a rescue dog, or a therapy dog - just a plain old dog of unknown parentage that happens to be mine. He came from...
Durham County District Attorney Mike Nifong, a prosecutor for more than a quarter-century, found himself in the defendant's chair yesterday, charged by the state bar with committing ethics violations during his rape prosecution of three former Duke...
Tags: Prosecution, Lawyers, Los Angeles Times, Judges, Defendants
Sun reporterThree former Duke lacrosse players got the news they had long hoped for yesterday when the state attorney general dropped the remaining charges in the rape case that divided the campus, saying the athletes were victims of "unchecked" prosecutorial power....
Tags: Assault, Lawyers, Trials, Google Inc., Rape
The skull mask left at the Northeast Baltimore scene of former City Councilman Kenneth N. Harris Sr.'s killing does not contain the DNA of either suspect charged in the homicide, according to a crime lab report reviewed yesterday by The Baltimore Sun....
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