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Breaking with precedent, Maryland's top court rules judges must ask prospective jurors, at the defense's request, if they can presume the defendant is innocent. [Read More]
A Baltimore restaurant owner raised $13,000 to a relief fund for Australia, where people have died and been displaced and homes have burned because of... [Read More]
States may impose stormwater pollution-prevention standards stronger than those under the Clean Water Act, Maryland's environmental agency tells Supreme Court. [Read More]
Maryland's top jurist calls for abolishing contested elections to circuit court judgeships, saying an independent judiciary must be free of political demands. [Read More]
A Greenbelt developer of location technology has been selected by the U.S Army to deliver a prototype electronic warfare kit for dismounted soldiers. [Read More]
Looking for an exciting opportunity in a rewarding position? The State of Maryland Workers I Compensation Commission is currently seeking two highly organized, self-starting, and... [Read More]
The Office of the Attorney General is seeking applicants for an Assistant Attorney General in the Department of Human Services. [Read More]
Adding a restaurant and a proposed rooftop deck to Cross Street Market fits with the goal of upping the food game in the bar-heavy Baltimore... [Read More]
M&T Bank will pay $100,000 to settle a lawsuit with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission over allegations that a branch manager was terminated because... [Read More]
A Baltimore attorney accused of smuggling Suboxone to a client in prison had his case placed on the inactive docket by prosecutors Tuesday. [Read More]
A bill to make it a crime for caregivers to cause emotional distress to vulnerable adults is called critical addition to ban on caregivers causing... [Read More]
Former Maryland lawmaker Cheryl Glenn pleaded guilty to federal corruption and bribery charges on Wednesday. [Read More]
The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law has established a scholarship to honor the late U.S. Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, who graduated... [Read More]
The Office of the Attorney General is seeking applicants for an Assistant Attorney General in the Courts and Judicial Affairs Division. [Read More]
Former Maryland lawmaker Cheryl Glenn pleaded (guilty to federal corruption and bribery charges on Wednesday. [Read More]
Bill requiring triennial evaluations of pretrial-release questionnaires draws criticism regarding cost and whether they are better than bail. [Read More]
McCormick & Co. settled its trademark infringement lawsuit with a Pittsburgh-based organic spice maker which sells a seasoning mix called "New Bae." [Read More]
The Baltimore City Board of Estimates is set to approve a $65,000 settlement with a woman who claims a police officer ran a red light... [Read More]
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded a combined $3.88 million to the Community College of Baltimore County and Johns Hopkins University to support collaborations between... [Read More]
Gary C. Norman The Maryland Public Policy Conflict Resolution Fellows program recently allowed me to connect with colleagues from the court system, the community, the... [Read More]
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