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In a new filing in U.S. District Court, attorneys for state Sen. Nathaniel T. Oaks paint an extraordinary picture of the persistence and scope…

By Walter Lomax On June 2, 1993, Rodney Stokes who was in the work release and family leave programs committed murder-suicide. On June 3,…

A federal judge ruled in favor of Maryland State Sen. Nathaniel T. Oaks (D) on Friday, granting a defense motion for two separate trials…

Maryland State Sen. Nathaniel T. Oaks pleaded not guilty Thursday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore to obstruction of justice, the tenth charge he…

State lawmakers convene in Annapolis on Wednesday for a legislative session that will be dominated, and perhaps over-shadowed, by this year’s elections. With Gov. Larry Hogan…

Paul Butler realized things had to change when he was charged and prosecuted for a misdemeanor he hadn’t committed. A lawyer who had prosecuted…

Former state Del. Michael Vaughn (D), indicted earlier this year in the unfolding Prince George’s County liquor board scandal, has suggested in a recent…

The following are statements and tweets from Maryland’s senators and House members after the shooting Wednesday morning of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.),…

By Bruce DePuyt Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh (D) and his Washington, D.C., counterpart Karl Racine (D) made international news with their lawsuit against…

Earlier this week, The Washington Post reported that U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions claimed that the Maryland Trust Act, now pending in Annapolis, would…