Katie Barlow walks through this weeks "Legal Loser" and "Golden Gavel" on In The Courts.
From calls for Commanders owner Dan Snyder to sell to the latest on the Phoenix Suns, Katie Barlow breaks down some of the top legal stories of the day in the sports world.
Maryland Daily Record reporter Maddi O’Neill discusses the release of Adnan Syed after 23 years in prison. Syed was convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend Hae Min Lee in 2000. The case was chronicled in the hit podcast "Serial."
Katie Barlow shares the story of a woman who got a traffic ticket for operating a vehicle with a suspended license and how she won her case in the Ohio Supreme Court.
Katie Barlow explains why Tesla has earned the title of The Legal Loser this week on In The Courts.
Katie Barlow breaks down some of the top legal stories of the day in the sports world from the latest on the Commanders to Brett Favre's charity drama.
Katie Barlow breaks down the biggest stories ripped from the headlines this week including how a federal judge struck down an Arizona law that prohibits people from recording within 8 feet of a police officer and what a new lawsuit filed by a former aide to Andrew Cuomo alleges.
Judge Elizabeth Scherer was in disbelief when the attorneys for Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz rested their case, leading to a heated exchange that was captured in the courtroom.
Katie Barlow speaks with Tanya Gould, a human trafficking survivor and the Director of Virginia’s Human Trafficking Office, as Virginia's attorney general says the issue is one of his top priorities.
Katie Barlow takes a look back at the political legacy attorney Ken Starr leaves behind after leading the push to impeach President Clinton in the late 90s.
Katie Barlow breaks down the latest on a DC daycare abuse lawsuit and a woman who is suing because a rape kit she submitted is now being used to charge her with a crime.
Katie Barlow discusses the latest on the Trump Mar-a-Lago FBI search and how a possible special master was identified.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit over the naked baby on the cover of Nirvana's 1991 album "Nevermind" after the baby in the photograph, now a 31-year-old man, sued despite knowing about the album cover for decades.
A new book claims former president Donald Trump once tried to pay a $2 million legal bill with a horse.
FOX 5's Katie Barlow breaks down legal stories ripped from the headlines this week including an update on Elon Musk, a ruling on HIV medication and the ACA, and an update on a JUUL lawsuit.
The House Oversight Committee heard from yet another Washington Commanders figurehead this week, and a South Carolina-based cheerleading operation is being shut down over a sexual assault class action lawsuit.
A man named “Fat Leonard" escaped custody after swindling the Navy out of millions of dollars.
An arrest has been made in a 51-year-old cold case in Montgomery County. READ MORE: https://bit.ly/3L9mhYr
Several states are passing laws to force employers to share salary information during the hiring process. One of those states is Maryland, and with recent historic rises in inflation, salary transparency could prove to be a more important factor than ever. Chris Marr from Bloomberg Law joins In The Courts to break it all down.
The battle over a special master is heating up after the FBI raid at Mar-a-Lago.