A judge on Tuesday found Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold guilty of misconduct in office for using his security detail to perform political campaign activities while on the job and for making a secretary and members of his detail empty his urine catheter bag for months in 2010.
Closing arguments are set in the trial of Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold. Attorneys are scheduled to begin summarizing their cases Tuesday morning in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court.
Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold’s attorneys have rested their case in his trial on misconduct in office charges.
Snowy weather is delaying the start of Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold’s misconduct trial.
A member of Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold’s security detail testified at his misconduct trial that he questioned Leopold’s orders, but never said no directly.
The way prosecutors describe him, the head of Maryland’s fourth-largest county is a bully who abused his office and used his police bodyguards and secretary as his personal servants.
Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold has waived his right to a jury trial in his misconduct case and instead will allow a judge to decide his guilt or innocence.
The trial of Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold is scheduled to begin this week.
The town of Annapolis is preparing for the hurricane season by calling a residential meeting to go over flood preparation.
Tuesday morning began for the Maryland House of Delegates with the expectation that nightfall would bring a final vote on Gov. O’Malley’s gambling expansion bill. It did, but it sure took awhile.