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The history of the war on drugs in Maryland and elsewhere

There has not always been a war on drugs the way that there is right now in the United States. In fact, this whole thing can be traced back to President Nixon, who first used the term in 1971. He made a lot of changes to the way that laws worked regarding drugs, including the inclusion of mandatory sentences for drug crimes and the expansion of the agencies that deal with these things.

How the federal government looks at white collar criminal charges

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is often involved in cases of white collar crime. Past cases that they have worked on include the one involving the energy and commodities company Enron.

Infant dies after being left in hot car on Maryland naval base

A man who works at the Patuxent Naval Air Station here in Maryland is facing a charge of involuntary manslaughter that could send him to prison for up to eight years for the death of his young son. The 17-month-old boy died on Sept. 3 after being left for hours in the man's car. This is just the latest incident in which a young child perished in the heat after being left by a parent.

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