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Maryland Court Of Appeals
Latest Maryland Court Of Appeals Items
The U.S. Supreme Court is signaling interest in a dispute over Maryland's "piggyback tax" for residents who earn income outside the state.
A man convicted in the 1977 death of a hitchhiker is asking for a new trial because of the judge's instructions to the jury.
Four pit bulls attacked a District Heights woman Saturday in a Northeast apartment, according to a D.C. police report, sending her to the hospital with "multiple bite marks, scratches, and bruising."
Maryland's highest court has suspended the law license of a state delegate who is already facing a separate set of legal troubles over her reported misuse of state funds.
A bipartisan group of 19 Maryland lawmakers is planning to file a legal brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to review a Maryland ruling that struck down a law allowing police to collect DNA samples from people charged with violent crimes and burglaries.
Longtime-NFL punter Tom Tupa is eligible for workers compensation for a career-ending back injury he suffered while warming up for a preseason game in 2005 at FedEx Field while playing for the Washington Redskins, Maryland's highest court ruled on Wednesday. The court rejected the idea that football injuries should not be considered accidental because of the rough nature of the sport.
Maryland's highest court rejected an appeal Friday by state Democrats who were hoping to block a referendum on the state’s new congressional map.
Pit-bull owners and the landlords who rent to them will not be subject to stricter liability while a Maryland Court of Appeals decision designating the dogs "inherently dangerous" is under appeal, according to an advisory letter from the state attorney general's office.
Leading Maryland lawmakers have formed a task force to study the effect of a recent court ruling that classifies pit bulls as an "inherently dangerous" breed of dog.