September 19, 2017

Gov. Larry Hogan’s decision to de-fund the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council — a nearly two-decade-old body that brings together all the top players in Baltimore law enforcement — took many who have been involved off guard, and it’s led to some grumbling that h...

​​Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis and Gov. Larry Hogan have been using statistics to blame the city’s judges for the city’s crime problem. When one digs into the data on which the statistics are based, though, as our Editorial Board has done, one finds th...

September 11, 2017


Gov. Larry Hogan can’t make up his mind. Last year he was a gung-ho advocate of “soft-on-criminals” reforms aimed at cutting Maryland’s prison population by 1,000 and putting more resources into helping low-level offenders avoid a life of...

​Your editorial about the judges refusing to meet with the governor is nothing short of disingenuous and uninformed ("Judges should attend Gov. Hogan's crime meeting, along with the public," Aug. 25). The judges are correct to refuse to meet because we have an imp...

​Gov. Larry Hogan, frustrated with the spiraling violence in Baltimore city, has called publicly for a meeting with the criminal justice enforcement community, including the city's judges. While it is a truism that judges have a critical role in seeing that justic...

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