1974: Former Maryland Governor Spiro T. Agnew, a Republican, pleads "no contest" to charges of tax evasion while he was resigning as vice president of the United States.
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1999: State Sen. Larry Young, West Baltimore Democrat, is acquitted of tax evasion and bribery.
2000: State Del. Tony Fulton, a Baltimore Democrat, walks out of court after a jury deadlocks on charges that he schemed with a lobbyist to defraud clients. The lobbyist is convicted. Prosecutors decide not to retry Fulton.
2007: State Sen. Thomas L. Bromwell, one of the most powerful Democratic lawmakers in Annapolis, pleads guilty to charges that he accepted payoffs to stay in office and steer contracts to a construction company. He is sentenced to 7 years in prison.
2009: Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon, a Democrat, is convicted on a single charge of taking gift cards intended for the city's poor.