A drug dealer who used his drug supply to coerce women into prostitution was sentenced today to 18 years in prison, followed by 10 years of supervised release. He will also be required to register as a sex offender.
Attorney General Mark R. Herring has joined 21 other state attorneys general in calling out the U.S. Department of Education for abdicating its responsibility to millions of student loan borrowers and their families across the country by revoking critical reforms designed to help students avoid default and curtail loan servicer misconduct.
Attorney General Mark Herring has joined 19 other state attorneys general from across the country in imploring members of Congress and the Trump administration to protect funding for drug treatment, especially in any future plans to replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
James L. Crump, Sr., 45, of Hanover County pled guilty today to five counts of possession of child pornography and was sentenced to 4 years and 6 months of active imprisonment, with an additional 40 years and 6 months suspended.
Following their amicus brief opposing the Trump administration's request for a stay that would allow the second iteration of its Muslim ban to take effect, Attorney General Mark R. Herring and Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh, again leading a coalition of seventeen states, have filed a new amicus brief urging the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold the district court ruling that struck down the ban as unconstitutional.