The father of an ice cream truck driver who was gunned down in front of children says his son had turned his life around after some run-ins with the law.
Even though he personally supports giving the District of Columbia more power over its local budget, the city’s attorney general told a federal appeals court Friday that Congress has made clear that it wants to maintain control of the purse strings.
The Army is investigating sexual abuse allegations against an officer who trains military prosecutors who handle sexual and physical abuse cases, a defense official said Thursday.
In Maryland each year, thousands of defendants appear before court commissioners — not judges — who set their bail without an attorney present.
Maryland’s highest court will take a second look at whether to require a lawyer at every defendant’s initial bail hearing.
The Russian lawyer for Edward Snowden said Tuesday that he has sent an official invitation to the National Security Agency leaker’s father to visit Russia and help his fugitive son decide his next steps.
Virginia taxpayers owe $53,530 in lawyers’ bills to a private law firm that took over an investigation of Gov. Bob McDonnell’s gifts from a political donor and businessman.
Attorneys are returning to court for a hearing in the case of murdered Washington intern Chandra Levy.
Measures advanced Tuesday that would repeal a Maryland law requiring that poor defendants have a public defender present when district court commissioners are setting their bail.
Haynesworth’s lawyer, A. Scott Bolden, most recent run in with the law that happened at the W hotel in DC.