A judge aggressively questioned prosecutors Thursday about why they charged an officer with assault in the arrest of Freddie Gray, and asked whether every officer who makes an arrest without probable cause should be charged with a crime.
Two Cairo courts have convicted and sentenced to five years in jail a total of 101 protesters for taking part in peaceful, anti-government demonstrations last month, officials said on Sunday.
The second trial in the Freddie Gray case gets underway Thursday, and it will be different than the one that ended last year with a hung jury.
The Latest on the trial of Baltimore police officer Edward Nero in the death of Freddie Gray.
Officials will review old Virginia criminal cases that involved the testing of blood types, following the exoneration of a man who spent 33 years in prison for crimes he did not commit.
Three brothers have been indicted in connection with the fatal shooting of a Prince George’s County police officer.
Charging documents provide new details into the dual shootings in Bethesda that killed Malcom Winffel and Claudina Molina and injured two others Friday.
The man who police say hijacked a Metrobus tried to attack the bus driver with pliers and admitted to using synthetic marijuana and PCP before boarding the bus a block from his Deanwood home, court documents say.
Montgomery County prosecutors say a Prince George’s County man has been found guilty of first-degree murder in the shooting of a man in 2012.
A judge has found probable cause to charge three brothers with second-degree murder and other charges for their role in the ambush of a Prince George’s County police station that led to the death of an undercover narcotics detective. The name of the officer who fired the fatal shot was released in court Wednesday.
Court documents offer more details about what led to a fatal stabbing at the Deanwood Metro Station Monday.
The teen driver in a North Potomac crash that killed two Wootton High School students has pleaded guilty to two charges of vehicular manslaughter.
An Anne Arundel County man initially accused of drunkenly firing at police has been acquitted of all charges stemming from the March 2016 incident that resulted in police shooting and injuring the man.
Catherine Hoggle, a Montgomery County mother suspected in the disappearance of her two children, has tried to escape from a maximum-security psychiatric hospital eight times.
New details are being revealed about what happened before and during the shooting rampage outside a Prince George’s County police station.