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New Jersey Man Guilty of $148 Million Investment Fraud Scheme

United States Attorney's Office for the [...] (via noodls) / Baltimore, Maryland - Jonathan E. Rosenberg, age 47, of West Orange, New Jersey, pleaded guilty today to conspiring to commit wire fraud in connection with a complex scheme to defraud ... Noodls, 2 months ago

Baltimore Man Pleads Guilty to Conspiring to Commit Sex Trafficking of a Minor

Baltimore , Maryland Derrel Pitts, a/k/a Foolish, age 27, of Baltimore, pleaded guilty today to conspiracy to commit sex trafficking in connection with his prostituting of a minor female. The guilty plea was announced by United States Attorney ...
 United States Department of Justice4 days ago Prince George's County Pimp Pleads Guilty to Transportation of a Minor to Engage in Prostitution  United States Department of Justice1 week ago Baltimore Man Pleads Guilty to Robbing Three Stores and Three Banks  United States Department of Justice2 weeks ago Eight Members of Cherry Hill Group 'UDH' Plead Guilty to Racketeering Conspiracy on the Eve of Trial  ATF.gov3 weeks ago
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Indian doc gets 9 years for health-care fraud

BY A STAFF WRITER POTOMAC, MD -- A Maryland judge sentenced a Potomac doctor to nine years in prison for his role in a $3.1-million health-care fraud. Paramjit Singh Ajrawat, 60, was charged with counts, including health-care fraud, wire fraud ...
 IANS Live5 days ago Rockville Man Sentenced to More Than Nine Years in Prison for Distributing Child Pornography  United States Department of Justice1 week ago Serial Bank Robber Exiled to Over 17 Years in Prison  United States Department of Justice1 week ago Two Drug Traffickers Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison  United States Department of Justice2 weeks ago

Former Pr. George's executive asks for corruption conviction to be set aside

By , Former Prince George's County executive Jack B. Johnson, who pleaded guilty in a broad corruption scheme and is serving 87 months in prison, is asking a Maryland judge to set aside his conviction and sentence. In a motion filed in U.S.
 Washington Post1 week ago

Judge who ordered defendant to be tased sentenced and fined

POETIC / YouTube A judge who ordered the electric shock of a defendant in court has been fined and put on probation. Robert C Nalley, a former judge in Maryland, was sentenced to anger management classes and a year on probation, and was hit ...
 Sott.net2 weeks ago Judge sentenced for ordering electric shock on defendant in court (VIDEO)  RINF.com2 weeks ago

Maryland Men Indicted for Conspiracy to Transport Stolen Goods

Baltimore, Maryland A federal grand jury indicted William Albert Engel, Jr., age 40, of Baltimore and Brian Nelson Halsey, age 42, of Westminster, Maryland, formerly of Dundalk, Maryland, on charges arising from a scheme to steal property from ...
 United States Department of Justice3 weeks ago Baltimore Man Indicted for Carjacking Conspiracy and for Crashing a Stolen Car into NSA Security Gate  Foreign month ago

Judge Will Take Anger Management Classes for Ordering Man to Be Shocked

Judge Robert Nalley, the judge after ordering the shocking of a non-violent defendant was sentenced to a year of probation and anger management classes. The incident took place in 2014 when Robert Nalley, then sitting judge, asked the defendant ...
 Findlaw Corporate Counsel3 weeks ago Judge who ordered man to be shocked must take anger management classes  ArsTechnica4 weeks ago Judge who ordered man shocked sent to anger management  WorldNetDaily4 weeks ago

Two-Time Convicted ATM Thief Sentenced to 44 Months in Prison

Baltimore, Maryland Chief U.S. District Judge Catherine C. Blake sentenced Tracy Delong Fletcher, a/k/a Sean Fletcher, Sean Chappelle Fletcher and Benjamin Thomas, age 39, of New Carrollton, Maryland today to 44 months in prison followed by three ...
 United States Department of Justice4 weeks ago
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Court asks: Do police need a warrant to track your cellphone for months at a time?

By , When high-powered rifle shots shattered a Florida judge's living room window and glass door, federal agents narrowed the list of suspects by pulling their cellphone records. After two California college students were fatally shot in a car ...
 Washington Post1 month ago Court considers when police need warrants to track suspects through cellphones  Washington Post1 month ago

Joint Federal-State-Local Investigation Targets Alleged Drug Organization Peddling Illegal Narcotics Near City Schools

) Capping a collaboration between federal, state and local law enforcement partners, prosecutors with the Attorney General's Organized Crime Unit and the U.S.Attorney's Office's Violent Crimes Section have secured state and federal grand jury ...
 ATF.gov1 month ago
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