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Sun StaffFlanked by lawmakers and religious leaders, Attorney General J. Joseph Curran Jr. called yesterday for abolishing Maryland's death penalty for fear that the state will one day kill an innocent person. He also announced that legislation to that effect...
Sun StaffThe state employee who was forced to resign this week for spreading rumors about Martin O'Malley's personal life has sent an e-mail apologizing to the mayor and his family for actions he admitted were "reckless" and "mean-spirited." Addressed to...
Sun StaffState legislators will further investigate the homicide of an inmate at a Western Maryland prison, saying that an Allegany County grand jury inquiry - which exonerated prison staff last week - left many unanswered questions. "The grand jury has concluded...
Tags: Witnesses, Allegany County, Laws, Prisons, Lawyers
Sun StaffJervis S. Finney, chief counsel to Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., has begun questioning members of the media - including two Sun reporters - about "MD4BUSH," an anonymous contributor to a Web site that posted rumors about Mayor Martin O'Malley. Finney...
Sun StaffGov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. faces the biggest test so far of his influence with the legislature when the Senate likely decides today if Lynn Y. Buhl will be confirmed as environmental secretary. The showdown takes place after weekend negotiations...
Sun StaffAn opinion by Maryland's attorney general yesterday cleared the way for the state to give doctors relief on malpractice insurance premiums before July 1. Insurance Commissioner Alfred W. Redmer Jr. said the administration would "absolutely" move to get...
Sun StaffFrederick A. Romano's sister, a newlywed, was raped and shot to death 15 years ago in her White Marsh apartment. Her killer is one of 12 who sit on Maryland's death row. Romano is anxious to see him executed. "To put somebody in prison for the rest of...
Tags: Ralph M Hughes, Family, Prisons, Death Penalty, Criminal Laws
Sun StaffGov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. took a step yesterday toward fulfilling his campaign promise to make life dismal for "bad guys with guns," spelling out legislation that would stiffen sentences for criminals caught with firearms. If he prevails, billboards...
Sun StaffLaw enforcement officials across Maryland lined up yesterday behind a proposal by Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. to toughen the state's sanctions against criminals caught with guns. At a hearing before the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee, state's...
Sun StaffBuoyed by the argument that changing the law would end capital punishment in Maryland, the Senate narrowly defeated a bill yesterday that would have raised the standard of proof required to issue a death sentence. "You're going to empty out death row,"...
Sun StaffThe Maryland Senate gave preliminary approval to Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s slot machines bill yesterday -- but not before weakening Baltimore's ability to insist the state pay for road improvements around Pimlico Race Course. Mayor Martin O'Malley...
Sun StaffMaryland natural resources officials proposed a ban on ownership of northern snakeheads yesterday. But the timing - four days after the voracious predator fish was found in a Montgomery County pond - angered legislators who thought the prohibition was...
Tags: Lakes and Ponds, Laws, Travel, Fishing, Lifestyle and Leisure
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