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A trial for a man accused of attempting to stab a police officer with a railroad spike in March 2012 was set for March 26 in Berkeley County Circuit Court. Douglas Charles Butler, 45, who was shot in the chest by a Martinsburg police officer during...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA mistrial has been declared in Washington County Circuit Court in the case of a New York man charged in a 2006 murder in Hagerstown, because his defense attorney had represented a key state witness in a custody case. Joshua Edwards, 25, spent more...
State Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s first appearance before a legislative panel went swimmingly Wednesday as she fielded one polite question after another from members of the powerful Senate Appropriations Committee. Kane, a Democrat who was...
email@example.comThe Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee on Tuesday heard testimony from supporters of a bill that is intended to broaden the scope of a protective order so that domestic violence victims can be better protected. But a representative of the state&...
Frederick County's top prosecutor is promising a thorough investigation into the death in police custody of a man with Down syndrome. State's Attorney Charlie Smith said Wednesday he hadn't yet seen the investigative file sent by the Frederick County...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBerkeley County Circuit Clerk Virginia M. Sine has filed lawsuits against two attorneys in an attempt to collect hundreds of dollars in fees they were charged upon obtaining copies of court documents from her office, according to court documents. The...
Tags: Punishment, Litigation, Laws, Trials, Justice System
Associated PressOlympic athlete Oscar Pistorius wept in court Friday as prosecutors said they'll pursue a charge of premeditated murder against him in the killing of his model girlfriend, meaning the man who once inspired the world could spend the rest of his life in...
email@example.comJonathan Frederick Bennett was found not guilty of felony murder last month in the March 2011 shooting death of a man at a Martinsburg-area hotel, but now faces a possible life sentence in prison as a repeat offender. Bennett, 41, of Charlottesville,...
A Bunker Hill, W.Va., man faces life in prison after a jury Wednesday found him guilty of four felony counts of child abuse resulting in bodily injury, Berkeley County Prosecuting Attorney Pamela Games-Neely said. Nathan Allen Snyder, 29, and his wife,...
Tags: Child Abuse, Punishment, Prosecution, Trials, Abusive Behavior
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe jury seated for the trial of a Berkeley County couple accused of abusing five children in their custody is expected to continue deliberating the case today after hearing nearly three hours of closing arguments Tuesday from the attorneys and 45 pages...
Associated PressA gunman opened fire Monday morning in a Delaware courthouse lobby just as the building was opening to the public for the day, exchanging shots with police and leaving three people — including the shooter — dead, authorities said. "It...
Tags: Middletown, Lobbying, Shootings, Justice System, Washington, DC
email@example.comHundreds of gun-control opponents showed up in the state capital Wednesday as Gov. Martin O’Malley testified in front of a senate judicial committee in support a bill that would bring stricter gun laws to the state. Among those crowding the Lawyer&...
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