Boats and remote vehicles search Androscoggin River as part of massive manhunt.
Lawmaker in Gun Safety Caucus says lack of gun safety laws allowed her 'worst nightmare' to happen.
Committee holds meeting after Monitor reports about eight unexplained deaths of adults in public guardianship.
Judges, sheriffs ask Maine Supreme Court to dismiss petition filed by woman held in jail without a lawyer
Angelina Dube Peterson is indigent and unable to afford to hire her own lawyer. She waited for weeks in jail to be assigned an attorney.
Proposed expansion would cost $8.8 million and hire more than three dozen public defenders.
Maine’s constitution says people in guardianships with mental illness cannot vote. Voters can change that in November.
Secretary of State Shenna Bellows urges approval of a ballot question that would eliminate "antiquated" language that is "not even legally enforceable."
Advocates complain that defendants are being denied lawyers or assigned attorneys who aren’t up to the job.