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The Maryland Senate's vote today to repeal the death penalty was a milestone in an effort to remove from the law a sentence that puts vengeance above justice, fails to deter crime and provides for the families of victims not the closure they crave but...
Tags: Elections, Trials, Scott Shellenberger, Punishment, Annapolis
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsRape victims will soon have more time to report the crime. Kansas had one of the shortest statute of limitations in the nation, but now that is changing thanks to a new bill just passed in Topeka. Guadalupe Magdaleno first found out about the issue...
The Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland is pushing legislation to close what it describes as loopholes in state law that allow police to keep DNA samples from people never convicted of crimes. Del. Jill P. Carter, a Baltimore Democrat, said Friday she...
Petoskey Bridge Club Petoskey Bridge Club results from Sunday, Feb. 17: 1. Arlene Loca and Eva Walker; 2. Bernadette Burkhardt and Don Burkhardt; 3. Joel Scheitler and Dale Thayer. Results from Thursday, Feb. 21: 1. Section A North/South 1. Jerry...
Even as the U.S Supreme Court reviews Maryland's law on police collection of DNA samples, many law enforcement agencies in the state are collecting and holding genetic material from murder victims and people never convicted of crimes. The practices...
Tribune reporterThe attorney for a former Loyola University freshman charged with raping two female students in separate incidents in their dormitory rooms last month contended that the alleged victims may have concocted their stories because they regretted having...
Tags: Rape, Sexual Misconduct, Students, Trials, Sexual Assault
The federal government for the first time has used its hate crime laws to bring charges against five people who allegedly imprisoned mentally disabled people in subhuman conditions as part of a scheme to steal their Social Security benefits. In the...
When a lawsuit alleged that two young brothers in Michigan had been molested “hundreds of times” by a troop leader, the Boy Scouts denied responsibility and pointed the finger at someone else — the boys' recently widowed mother. The...
Tags: Sexual Misconduct, Trials, Crimes, Assault, Sexual Assault
Aaron Swartz, the 26-year-old Internet genius, was eulogized on Tuesday as a person who wanted to make the world better but was hounded into killing himself by harsh government policies. Swartz was “killed by the government,” his father,...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A law signed this week by Lt. Gov. Brian Calley requires that Michigan crime victims be notified of certain situations involving the defendants who perpetrated crimes against them. If a parolee absconds, victims must be...
Meetings Sunday, Jan. 6 Petoskey Duplicate Bridge Club meets at 1:30 p.m. on Sundays at 2144 Cemetery Road, Petoskey. All players welcome. Visit www.petoskeybridgeclub.com or call (231) 881-0829 for information. Monday, Jan. 7 Boyne City Rotary Club...
Sensing a real chance to abolish the death penalty in Maryland after years of trying, opponents of capital punishment brought a parade of religious, political and civil rights leaders to Annapolis Thursday to urge lawmakers to do away with the ultimate...
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