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Baltimore's housing bureau does not have to pay a $2.6 million jury award to two siblings who say they were poisoned by lead paint when they lived in public residences as toddlers, a Maryland intermediate appellate court ruled Thursday. The decision,...
Tags: Auction Service, Politics, Lead Poisoning, Interior Policy, Arts
An Anne Arundel County waterfront landowner and a contractor accused of doing work without a permit have been hit with financial penalties and probation in the first two cases brought under the county's aggressive new environmental enforcement strategy....
Tags: Prosecution, Trials, Judges, Crime, Law and Justice, Annapolis
By Todd Kleffman Lincoln County has reached an out-of-court settlement with a Casey County man who filed a federal lawsuit against two sheriff’s deputies, alleging they aided and abetted in the taking of his personal belongings as he was being...
It seems in Maryland politics, there are occasional issues that linger beyond their usefulness. Back when I was a kid, well into my teens and possibly even later than that, Maryland was the only state that didn't require dump trucks to cover their loads....
email@example.comA former Hagerstown teenager who was convicted of asking a classmate to murder her father in 2008 only to see that conviction overturned later by a state appeals court pleaded guilty Tuesday to solicitation of murder in Washington County Circuit Court....
Tags: Prosecution, Crimes, Trials, Crimes, Punishment
COSTA MESA — The city has settled a federal lawsuit filed by a man who claimed a police officer arrested him after planting fraudulent evidence. The multimillion dollar lawsuit was settled for $150,000. The settlement protects the city from further...
Tags: Trials, Laws, Cocaine, Trials, Justice System
(AP) - A Shawnee County judge has dismissed a breach of contract lawsuit against a Kansas couple filed by a Colorado man who held the couple hostage. Jesse Dimmick is serving an 11-year sentence after bursting into Jared and Lindsay Rowley's Topeka-...
Tags: Corporate Crime, Trials, Laws, Corporate Crime, Judges
We hope a spat among state Republican lawmakers, which questioned actions of its own party leaders, has been put to rest. Six Republican legislators requested emails, memos and correspondence between leadership and legislative research staff more than a...
Here’s a look back at the past week in the South Dakota Legislature, including some things that might have been missed along the way. Day 1 (Jan. 10) The governor got the 2012 session off to a hot start Tuesday. The Republican asked the...
A Woodlawn man watches online videos of Osama bin Laden, posts about jihad on his Facebook page, and — according to federal prosecutors — agrees to a plot to detonate a bomb at a military recruiting center in Catonsville. An Ellicott City...
Tags: Catonsville, Bombings, Trials, Somalia, Police Investigations
Brenda Fetherhuff has joined the law firm of Ronayne and Wein in Aberdeen. Her areas of practice include family law, criminal law, and general civil litigation. Fetherhuff graduated from the University of South Dakota School of Law in May. She has...
CNNA three-judge federal appeals panel ruled Friday that the state of Texas can move ahead with enforcement of a law requiring doctors to provide a sonogram to pregnant women before they get an abortion. The mandate follows a ruling Tuesday from the 5th U....
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