Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh. a Democrat. and his Republican challenger, Craig Wolf, clashed over crime, the opioid epidemic, Maryland’s lawsuits against the Trump administration and a host of other issues during a debate a the University of Maryland Carey School of Law.
After an investigation revealed decades of child sex abuse and cover-ups by the Roman Catholic clergy in Pennsylvania, Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is now seeking any information of similar abuse in Maryland schools or “place[s] of worship.”
Maryland’s attorney general is continuing to press a legal fight after federal appeals court panel struck down Maryland’s first-in-the-nation law against pharmaceutical price gouging.
DNA collected after a sexual assault can be a valuable tool in crime solving, but sexual assault evidence kits, often called rape kits, sometimes go untested.
Maryland attorney general said that there is a “clear pattern of behavior” that a local nursing home company kicked out patients who had run out of benefits.
A new report done by the attorney general’s office in Maryland takes a critical approach to the state’s youth detention facilities.
The Southern Maryland Veterans Association, which aimed to help assistant veterans with housing, has been ordered to cease operations following a state probe that found it violated state charitable solicitation laws.
DAVID DISHNEAU Associated Press BALTIMORE (AP) — State Sen. Brian Frosh is the Democratic nominee for Maryland attorney general. With 44 percent of precincts reporting Tuesday, Frosh had 48 percent of the vote compared with…
DAVID DISHNEAU Associated Press BALTIMORE (AP) — A three-way race for the Democratic nomination for Maryland attorney general is shaping up as a close contest between state Del. Jon Cardin of Baltimore County and state…
Maryland has agreed to pay $55,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by an African-American driver alleging that two state police troopers violated his civil rights with racial profiling.
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The makers of CleanWell hand sanitizer have agreed to change their labels and pay $100,000 in penalties for claiming their product could \”kill 99.99 percent\” of the germs on your hands.
\”We have received complaints about price gouging
in the area of gasoline prices as well as in the
area of hotels,\” says Karen Straughn, the
director of the mediation unit for the Maryland
Attorney General\’s Office.
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