State funds screens to block ‘fishing’ at detention center

The Board of Public Works approves emergency funding Wednesday, for the second time in four months, to address contraband ‘fishing’ problems at a Baltimore city detention center.

80 charged in Md.’s largest prison corruption case

he U.S. Attorney’s office announced that 80 individuals – including prisoners and correctional officers – will be charged in the Maryland’s largest crackdown on racketeering.

Civil Forfeiture Reform Bill Passes Maryland House

Bill Would Allow People to Reclaim Seized Property More Easily