Md. AG Frosh Will Not Seek 3rd Term

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Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh will not seek a third term. Frosh said in an announcement Thursday morning that he plans to make the most of “every single moment” of his final year in office. The Montgomery County Democrat won his first term in 2014. Previously, he served in the Maryland General Assembly. One Republican…

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Seaford Man Sentenced for Armed Robbery

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A Seaford man has been sentenced to 2 years in prison after he robbed a convenience store while armed with a crowbar.  Officials in the Attorney General’s office say 49 year old Glen Eskridge went into the Shore Stop in West Stein Highway in Seaford in August of 2018 and demanded money – and threatened…

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DE AG Jennings Joins 20 States to Block Funding of Border Wall

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20 states file motion for preliminary injunction to safeguard the environment and preserve law enforcement funding Attorney General Kathy Jennings has joined a coalition of 20 states in a motion to block the Trump Administration’s attempt to unlawfully divert $1.6 billion in federal funds toward construction of a border wall. The motion, led by California…

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DOJ to Try 3 in Remaining Vaughn Prison Trials

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Two criminal trials of defendants in the Vaughn Trials have resulted in just one conviction for murder.  State Prosecutors have evaluated the evidence against the remaining nine defendants and have notified the court that the State will only continue forward with charges against Roman Shankaras, Lawrence Michaels and Alejandro Rodriguez-Ortiz.  Shankaras will be tried in…

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DE AG Jennings Joins Lawsuit to Force Trump EPA to Comply with Federal Laws on Smog Pollution

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Attorney General Kathy Jennings joined a multi-state coalition of six states and the City of New York in filing a lawsuit aimed at forcing the Trump Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to comply with federal law by requiring further controls on smog pollution that blows into neighboring states. The coalition is challenging the Trump EPA’s 2018 Cross-State Air Pollution Rule “Close-Out”…

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Ellendale Man Pleads Guilty in Shooting Death

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An Ellendale man has pleaded guilty in the death of his friend last year.  Officials in the A-G’s office say 36 year old Don Martinez was arguing with his friend, Kevin King, in the parking lot of the Silver Lake Estates in Milford when Martinez shot King numerous times – killing him.  Martinez pleaded guilty…

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Bernard Pepukai Switches Parties and Files as GOP Candidate for AG

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A longtime Democrat is switching parties to run for Delaware Attorney General. Lawyer Bernard Pepukai filed papers Monday to change his party affiliation to Republican. His decision follows the withdrawal of Peggy Marshall Thomas from the race earlier this month which left the GOP without a candidate.  Thomas said she was leaving the race for personal family…

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Marshall Thomas Files for DE Attorney General

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On Monday July 9th, Peggy Marshall Thomas, a career prosecutor who worked in the      Attorney General’s office for 30 years, filed to lead that office. “For the past 12 years, the Office of the Attorney General has been run by politicians with no experience prosecuting criminal cases. The citizens of Delaware deserve better. It is…

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Laurel Teen Sentenced to 16 Years for Manslaughter

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A Laurel teen has been sentenced after a shooting death at the Wexford Village Apartments in Laurel.  Officials in the AG’s office report that a Superior Court judge sentenced 19 year old Stephon Jackson to 16 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to manslaughter, firearms and other offenses.  18 year old Mekell Horsey was…

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DE AG Denn Files Lawsuit Against Opioid Manufacturers, Distributors & Retailers

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Delaware Attorney General Matt Denn has filed a lawsuit against some of the country’s largest manufacturers, distributors and retailers of prescription opioid drugs.  He alleges that they have failed to meet their legal obligations which has fueled an opioid addiction epidemic in Delaware.  Denn is seeking to hold the companies financially responsible for the harm…

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