Posts filed under ‘Justice’

6-8-12: Girls Inside the Department of Juvenile Services

Continuing our conversation on the condition of girls inside the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services.

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6-4-12: Juvenile Justice for Girls

The differences between how girls and boys are treated when inside Maryland’s Department of Juvenile Services.

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5-25-12: A Major Investigation

Almost exactly one year ago, Baltimore State’s Attorney Gregg Bernstein announced the creation of a new major investigations unit. The idea was for local and federal authorities to build cases against violent, repeat offenders. Some major indictments from that unit came just last week. State’s Attorney Bernstein joins Sheilah to discuss the investigation.

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5-25-12: Judging the Judge

A case of habeas corpus in the Civil War that led to a judge being attacked by a mob.

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5-14-12: Domestic Violence and the Violence Against Women Act

With the Violence Against Women Act up for reauthorization, we talk with experts and hear from a representative from an organization that tries to help those in abusive relationships.

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5-1-12: Remembering Trooper Shaft Hunter

Friday is Fallen Heroes Day in Maryland. A ceremony at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens in Timonium will honor the police officers, firefighters, and corrections officers who’ve been killed in the line of duty in Maryland. This year, that is one: State Trooper 1st Class Shaft S. Hunter, killed last May while patrolling Interstate 95. Sheilah talks about his life and work with his mother, Princella Hunter.

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4-2-12: The Dressmaker of Khair Khana

A tale of a homespun economy in Afghanistan.

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3-23-12: Start Me Up

Is there adequate diversity in the tech startup world? The Inclusive Innovation Unconference tomorrow at MICA hopes to find out. Today, we meet Christine Johnson, who founded Diversitech, a company that hopes to get a better seat at the startup table for women and minorities.

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3-16-12: Counterfeit Drugs

A look at the black market for fake drugs.

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2-29-12: Second Chances for Former Convicts

How several new bills could help former convicts find jobs.

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