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Gary Washington spent 31 years in prison for a 1987 shooting he did not commit.

Board approves conversion of contractual positions as well as compensation to a man wrongfully convicted of rape and sexual assault.

The leader of the largest union representing state workers claims a $13 million settlement is the second largest in the nation for current and former corrections employees.

The new contractor, PruittHealth, replaces South Carolina-based HRM in a five-year deal that exceeds $198 million.

The Maryland Senate voted to override Republican Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s veto of a bill that removes the governor’s office from parole decisions….

In the wake of George Floyd’s killing and the protests that followed, the Maryland General Assembly will be taking on policing reform when it…

The decision by state leaders to compensate five men who spent significant time behind bars for crimes they did not commit would appear to…

The state of Maryland will make compensation offers to five men who spent decades in prison for crimes they did not commit, Gov. Lawrence…

Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot (D) and Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp (D) said Wednesday that they are frustrated with the slow pace at which the…

Amid criticism that the state of Maryland is not moving quickly enough to compensate five men who spent decades in prison for crimes they…