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J. Michael Hoffman was born July 25, 1944, in Hagerstown, Md. He departed this life at home in Colorado Springs, Colo., on July 24, 2012. Mike grew up in Hagerstown, graduating from North Hagerstown High School in 1962. He attended Franklin & Marshall...
J. Gregory and Sandra L. Mills of Clear Spring announce the engagement of their daughter, Amy Elizabeth Mills, to Thornton “Bud” David Adamson of Jefferson, Pa. Miss Mills is a 2004 graduate of Clear Spring High School, a 2008 graduate of...
email@example.comA new year means new federal and state laws with which employers must comply, including regulations for an alphabet soup of programs in health care, genetic information and employee credit checks. "Legislative stuff can be a little tedious," Janice B....
Staff Writer, Copy EditorHOLTVILLE – Blamed for everything from high rates of unemployment to crime, illegal immigration has increasingly been a concern for the public as well as public officials. Yet it isn’t exclusively an American or Mexican problem. “To...
Michelle Durham is one of the most unbelievably strong women I know and I am honored to call her a friend. She lost her husband in a horrific car crash and is working tirelessly to help her child recover from life threatening injuries as a result of...
When Howard County authorities said they found the badly decomposed remains of Christine Jarrett beneath a shed in her own backyard, they moved swiftly to charge her husband — long a suspect — with the murder. That discovery — two...
FactFinder 12 InvestigatorsA Sedgwick County employee is accused of stealing items from a dead body. FactFinder 12 has learned authorities are close to presenting the case to the District Attorney for charges. We know the employee works at the Sedgwick County Regional Forensic...
Tags: Science and Technology, Trials, Theft
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsAn investigation into a coroner's office employee could affect criminal cases in Sedgwick County. Depending on the circumstances, stealing from a body might be considered tampering with evidence. But to a defense attorney, lying is the bigger issue....
The Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland is pushing legislation to close what it describes as loopholes in state law that allow police to keep DNA samples from people never convicted of crimes. Del. Jill P. Carter, a Baltimore Democrat, said Friday she...
Even as the U.S Supreme Court reviews Maryland's law on police collection of DNA samples, many law enforcement agencies in the state are collecting and holding genetic material from murder victims and people never convicted of crimes. The practices...
Tags: Wicomico County, Annapolis, Prince George's County, Laws, Murder
Maryland's practice of collecting genetic information from people arrested — but not convicted — on serious charges took the national stage Tuesday, as the U.S. Supreme Court weighed in on what Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. called "perhaps the...
In a Maryland case that's garnered the attention of the other 49 states, the federal Department of Justice and the national science community, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday over whether to restrict police in collecting DNA to solve...
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