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Man guilty of involuntary manslaughter in DC detective's death

Fox 5 WTTG, Friday, September 25, 2015
The state's attorney for Prince George's County had harsh words for a jury that she says rejected evidence in a "videotaped execution." As a result, a man was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter instead of first-degree murder.

Prince George's jury finds man guilty of manslaughter in shooting of stepfather

Washington Post, Wednesday, September 22, 2015
A Prince George's County jury Tuesday convicted James, 30, of manslaughter in the 2013 killing of his stepfather, Joseph Newell, 46.

Court ruling raises concerns about sex offender registry

Washington Post, Wednesday, March 26, 2014
A Prince George's County jury acquitted a 27-year-old Capitol Heights man who was accused of being an accomplice in the May 2011 double slaying of two cousins.

New and proposed changes could lead to more moderate Maryland drug laws

Maryland law, In October 2014
Each year, many Upper Marlboro residents are arrested for drug violations and face related criminal charges. In 2013 alone, 48,983 people were arrested for these violations in Maryland, according to the Uniform Crime Report. Read Entire Article

Kenan A. Myers was found not guilty in the deaths of two cousins

Kenan A. Myers was found not guilty of first-degree murder in the deaths of Sean Ellis, 24, and Anthony McKelvin, 28. Both Ellis and McKelvin were shot during a robbery, according to police.

Maryland bill targets drunk drivers who have minors in the car

NBC Washington, Saturday, August 18, 2012
DC Assault Founder Acquitted Of Assault.
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Gazette.Net, Monday, July 30, 2012
By Daniel J. Gross
Staff Writer
Charges dropped against men arrested in 2011 night club slaying.
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Washington Post, Friday, February 03, 2012
By Matt Zapotosky
Reporter
Charges dropped against teens accused of killing Air Force vet.
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Washington Post, Sunday, November 20, 2011
By Caitlin Gibson
Reporter
Murder suspect mistakenly released from Prince George's jail.
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Washington Post, November 20, 2011
By Associated Press;
Prince George's Co. police seek slaying suspect granted bail after clerical mistake

Washington Post, November 20, 2011
By Caitlin Gibson - Reporter
Prince George's police seek mistakenly released murder suspect;
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Washington Post, November 21, 2011
By Matt Zapotosky - Reporter
Mishandled paperwork blamed for murder suspect's release;
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Washington Post, Tuesday, Oct 13, 2009
By Jonathan Mummolo and Maria Glod
Pr. George's Lobbyist On Trial on DUI Charges; Jacobs Has History of Traffic Violations

Washington Post, Tuesday, Sept 1, 2009
By Ruben Castaneda
Jail Inmate Alleges Beating by Detectives; Officers Contend That Head Injury Was Self-Inflicted

Washington Post, Wednesday, Aug 19, 2009
By Ruben Castaneda
Civil Suit Filed in Fatal Shooting by Officer

Washington Post, Wednesday June 17, 2009
By Ruben Castaneda
Inmate Temporarily Released After Beating

Washington Post, Wednesday, June 17, 2009
By Ruben Castaneda
Staff Writer
A judge ruled yesterday that a Prince George's County jail inmate...
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Washington Post, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2008
Man Had Blunt Force Injuries, Private Autopsy Finds
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Washington Post, Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008
Man Acquitted in 2007 Slaying at Pr. George's Party
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Gazette.Net, Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2007
Frederick man sentenced to time served for 1993 Boyds beating death
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Washington Post, Monday, July 16, 2007
Ivey Defends Vetting Procedures
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Washington Post, Wednesday, May 23, 2007
Attempted Murder Charge Dropped
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Washington Post, Friday, April 6, 2007
Acquittal in Home Invasion Trial
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