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  • Senate may debate death penalty repeal

    Senate may debate death penalty repeal
    An effort led by Gov. Martin O'Malley to end capital punishment in Maryland could be days away from a full Senate debate, a significant move forward for death penalty opponents who have seen their cause fail in a committee the past few years. The...
  • Senators turn away repeal of death penalty in Md.

    Baltimore County senators rebuffed an effort to abolish Maryland's death penalty yesterday, persuading lawmakers instead to restrict when capital punishment can be used. The Senate's first full debate on the death penalty in more than three decades was...
  • Democrats want to hear from Steffen

    Democratic lawmakers reviewing Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s personnel practices said yesterday that they want to hear more from Joseph F. Steffen Jr., the former Ehrlich aide who said last weekend he was instructed by top administration officials to...
  • Doctor profiles veiled in secrecy

    Second of three parts Maryland's official Web site on physicians shows no malpractice claims history for Dr. Willie C. Blair, a Greenbelt surgeon. But that picture is incomplete. An Internet site run by the medical board in Virginia, where Blair also...
  • Witness-intimidation victims urge the passage of legislation

    The woman in the light-green blazer, shaking and holding back tears, told a panel of senators yesterday that witness intimidation is "like a nightmare." "We've suffered," she said on behalf of her Baltimore family. "We're still suffering." Calling...
  • EPA has objection to ICC route plan

    Federal regulators are objecting to one of two proposed routes for a highway that Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. has called his No. 1 transportation priority, finding that the state's efforts to lessen the road's impact fall short of what is needed to protect...
  • Staffing low at juvenile center

    The state-run Baltimore City Juvenile Justice Center is so understaffed that it poses a serious threat to the safety of youths held there and to staff who supervise them, according to a report released yesterday. The report by the Office of the...
  • Hickey search put on hold

    Maryland juvenile justice officials have stopped, at least temporarily, looking for a private contractor to run the Charles H. Hickey Jr. School and may continue to operate the Baltimore County school themselves rather than seek a new vendor, state...
  • Hickey School allegations rebutted

    A lawyer representing the private contractor that operated the Charles H. Hickey Jr. School denied yesterday claims by the state that the company allowed conditions at the school to dangerously deteriorate and didn't adequately document all of its...
  • Democrats chide Ehrlich for problems at juvenile jails

    The two Democrats considered most likely to challenge Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. in next year's election blasted the administration yesterday for failing to improve conditions in Maryland's troubled juvenile jails, where an independent monitor once...
  • Hearsay rules complicate bills on intimidation

    The efforts of some state lawmakers to curb witness intimidation are being threatened by seemingly technical legal jargon that cuts to the heart of one of the criminal justice system's most sacred principles: a person's right to confront his or her...