MCASA in the News: Facing tight purse strings in Annapolis, advocates push to continue rape crisis funding

January 25 2024 - MCASA in the News
As Maryland's 2024 Legislative Session gets underway, advocates are hoping state lawmakers consider bills that would improve access

MCASA in the News: New Maryland law will allow child sexual abuse survivors to seek civil justice years after the crime 

September 19 2023 - MCASA in the News
Delegate CT Wilson and MCASA's Executive Director Lisae C. Jordan, Esq. were on-air with WYPR this morning to

MCASA in the News: Maryland service members have more options with change to military sexual assault rules

August 10 2023 - MCASA in the News
Last week, President Biden signed an executive order removing sexual assault crimes from the chain of command. This

MCASA Member Program in the News: DNA evidence from 1970s links police to serial rape suspect in Baltimore County

August 08 2023 - MCASA in the News
Last week, Baltimore County Police arrested a 70-year-old man accused of committing at least five rapes in the 1970s

Why one Maryland senator fought to repeal his state’s anti-sodomy law

June 28 2023 - MCASA in the News
This month marks the 20th anniversary of Lawrence v. Texas, the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case that invalidated anti-sodomy

MCASA in the News: Maryland experts seek to educate community about sexual assault forensic examinations

April 04 2023 - MCASA in the News
Following a sexual assault, survivors can receive a Sexual Assault Forensic Exam (SAFE). The objective of a SAFE is

Trial begins for former Gunpowder Falls park manager accused of raping 2 employees

March 31 2023 - MCASA in the News
The trial of former Gunpowder Falls State Park manager Michael J. Browning began this week. Browning was arrested

Maryland delegate harassed with unsolicited sexual image after her testimony against the practice

March 03 2023 - MCASA in the News
Delegate Lesley Lopez recently became a victim of the exact kind of harassment that she’s trying to

MCASA in the News: Maryland Attorney General Anthony Brown Seeks to Preserve Evidence of Sexual Assault

January 17 2023 - MCASA in the News
ProPublica published an article reporting on the failure to analyze over 1,800 slides containing evidence of sexual assault. A visionary

MCASA in the News: Bill would bar public access to some body cam footage

March 21 2022 - MCASA in the News
Ask the House Judiciary Committee to support SB31 A bill that would alter how police body camera footage

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