A 14-year veteran of the Metropolitan Police Department is now facing
A profoundly deaf D.C. man says he was wrongly
denied a sign language interpreter and
handcuffed when he had visitors preventing him
from signing during a 51-day sentence served
last year at the District\’s contractor-run
Correctional Treatment Facility.
Whatever the outcome, it\’s clear drones will
forever change the Old Dominion and other
The American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland is filing new public information act requests Friday, after getting information earlier this week that indicated police officers and staff researched Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold\’s political opponents.
Lawrence Miller says he spoke up and was arrested after a controversial incident where Metro Transit Police appeared to slam a man in a wheelchair to the ground. Now, Miller is suing Metro Transit Police for violating his right to freedom of expression, false arrest and other claims.