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Alumni and students from Maryland's four historically black universities took their long-held view that the state perpetuates racial segregation to court Tuesday, arguing that their institutions are underfunded. The federal lawsuit calls on the state...
The Hartford CourantIn a deposition taken in a sexual harassment lawsuit against the city police, a woman claims that about 15 years ago a police officer — now a top commander — frequently had sex with her while he was on duty. In the deposition, Michelle...
Tags: Justice System, Trials, Justice System, Trials, Sex Crimes
CNNROME, Italy -- Salvage experts outlined their plan Friday to raise the wrecked Costa Concordia cruise liner from the sea floor off Italy in one piece and tow it from the disaster site. The complicated operation is expected to start in the next few days...
Campus sex assaults A 14-month examination into the handling of sexual assault cases on Midwestern campuses prompted two federal investigations and sweeping changes to how universities and prosecutors respond to reports. In November, the U.S. Department...
Tags: Politics, Trials, Unions, Medical Specialization, Fines
If the government’s up to something strange in your neighborhood and you think you have a case, who you gonna call? You’re gonna call Silverstein, of course. That’s what George Brokate, a 73-year-old former Marine captain and Vietnam...
Tags: Justice System, Trials, Justice System, Property, Trials
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe legal landscape for Maryland’s recent congressional redistricting has become clearer with the dismissal of two more lawsuits, including one filed by a Washington County man. Still, challenges to the plan remain alive. The plaintiffs in one case...
Cardinal-designate Edwin F. O'Brien said in a strongly worded letter that the Archdiocese of Baltimore will not comply with federal law requiring churches to offer birth control coverage even it means dropping health insurance for its 3,500 employees....
American News CorrespondentPIERRE — The investigation into allegations of spying and obstruction by some members of the Legislature came to a surprising conclusion Tuesday evening. House Republican leader David Lust, a Rapid City lawyer, sat down and publicly apologized...
Assignment ManagerThe ACLU and two of Virginia's top Republicans are on the same side when it comes to the party's presidential primary loyalty oath. Thursday afternoon, the Virginia Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union joined Governor Bob McDonnell and...
Employers across the country are facing new concerns related to federal oversight in hiring, as a letter from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) warns that requiring a high-school diploma from a job applicant might infringe on the...
SAN DIEGO -- A Chula Vista man accused of killing his girlfriend in 1992 and more recently his wife and mother-in-law in a staged car wreck will face the death penalty if convicted, a prosecutor said Thursday. Michael Eugene Richardson, 58, was charged...
Jury selection is expected to begin Wednesday in the election fraud case against veteran political consultant Julius Henson after a Baltimore judge rejected a defense request to throw out the charges. Baltimore Circuit Judge Emanuel Brown ruled Tuesday...
Tags: Brown University, Politics, Prosecution, Trials, Punishment
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