RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Trials and Arbitration

A collection of news and information related to Trials and Arbitration published by this site and its partners.

Top Trials and Arbitration Articles

Displaying items 109-120
  • David Simon introduces Paths of Glory Saturday, Sept. 25

    Local journalist, writer, and television auteur David Simon has never hid his appreciation for Stanley Kubrick's 1957 anti-war epic Paths of Glory. He's called it the "most important political film of the 20th century." He told NPR it was one of the...
  • Federal Felony Prosecutions in Maryland at Historic High

    The number of defendants prosecuted for federal felonies in Maryland has risen each year since 2005, to a total of 972 so far in 2010, according to a press release from the U.S. Attorney's Office issued today. That's a 37 percent increase in five years...
  • Inmate Settles Lawsuit Over Claims That Correctional Officer Facilitated Gang-Related Attack

    Tashma McFadden, the Maryland prisoner who sued a correctional officer he accused of being a Bloods gang-member and arranging for a group of Bloods to attack him in his cell, has agreed to settle his claim for $5,000 in payments from the correctional...
  • Sentencing of Pagans Motorcycle Club President Rescheduled

    David Keith Barbeito, the Maryland-based president of the Pagans Motorcycle Club, was set for sentencing Nov. 19 for his part in the club's federal racketeering indictment filed last year in West Virginia, but U.S. District Court judge Thomas Johnston...
  • Man Indicted for Murdering Federal Witness Kareem Kelly Guest

    Antonio "Mack" Hall, a 30-year-old Baltimorean, was indicted Dec. 2 by a federal grand jury for murdering a federal witness, Kareem Kelly Guest, in Westport in 2009, according to a press release issued today by the U.S. Attorney's Office in Maryland....
  • Guilty Pleas in the Berg Brothers Recycling Case

    Yesterday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore, Adam Berg of Berg Brothers Recycling, along with the company and a co-conspirator, Jeffrey Mark Harmon, pleaded guilty to charges of bribing a government official, Robert Barry Adcock, in connection with...
  • Online Poker: Chance, Skill, or Both?

    When gambling charges were leveled at James Davitt on Dec. 7 in U.S. District Court in Maryland, as part of the ongoing probe of illegal internet gambling conducted by the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office, it seemed a routine case. And, indeed, it may be....
  • Feds Raid Drug Lawyer's Office

    Federal law enforcement officers searched lawyer Stanley H. Needleman's offices this morning, the Sun's Justin Fenton reports. Calls to Needleman's home and office were not returned immediately. Needleman is a prominent local defense attorney who...
  • Lender CEO Guilty in $3 Billion Fraud

    A federal jury on Tuesday found the flamboyant founder and CEO of bankrupt Florida mortgage lender Taylor Bean and Whitaker guilty of fraud. Lee Farkas appears to be the first CEO convicted of a crime in the five-year-old mortgage crisis. He faces life in...
  • Needleman Search Nets More Than $600,000

    Investigators with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency and the Internal Revenue Service's Criminal Investigations Division seized more than $600,000 from attorney Stanley Needleman's office and home in searches conducted last week, two people familiar with...
  • Federal Judge Rules City, BPD to Remain as Defendants in Tshamba Lawsuit

    In what A. Dwight Pettit, the lawyer for the family of a U.S. Marine veteran shot dead last year by off-duty Baltimore Police Officer Gahiji Tshamba, calls "a very significant victory," a federal judge yesterday ruled that Baltimore City, the Baltimore...
  • BPD Officer Charged in Heroin Ring

    A Baltimore City Police officer was arrested on federal heroin trafficking charges today, and a seven-count indictment was unsealed in Federal District Court. Daniel G. Redd, 41, was arrested at the Northwest Police District by fellow city officers....