Once hailed as a poster child for the American dream, Baltimore restaurateur Jean Agbodjogbe sits in federal court in downtown Baltimore, defending himself against allegations that he fleeced a Kuwaiti royal for $7 million.
Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby traveled to St. Louis, Missouri, Tuesday and joined other black, female prosecutors to speak out against a political and law enforcement establishment that she says has attacked her, undermined her reforms and sought to push her from office.
State court administrators are reviewing procedures for Maryland’s new electronic filing system after it came to light the system lacks safeguards to prevent attorneys from indiscriminately hiding their court filings from the public.
Before Baltimore earned its reputation as a heroin capital, before its drug corners appeared on “The Wire,” before the body count pushed past 2,200 over a decade — before it all came Maurice “Peanut” King.
Long before Lev Parnas became a part of the Ukraine scandal and the impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump, the Florida businessman partnered to launch a tech gadget with one of Baltimore’s most revered pro athletes.
With his guilty plea Monday to murdering journalists of the Capital-Gazette newspaper, Jarrod Ramos advances to hearings to decide whether the gunman will be locked up in state prison or committed to Maryland’s maximum-security psychiatric hospital.