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What to Do If You Are Falsely Accused of a Sexual Crime

Posted on : December 5, 2017
if you're accused of a sexual crime, the stakes are high.
Whenever you’re facing charges in Maryland, you can’t afford to wait. But certain charges carry more severe penalties and a stigma that can follow you for years. It’s a serious matter to even be accused of any sexual offense, even if the case is ultimately thrown out. Hiring the right lawyer to defend you is [Read More]

What You Need to Know About Challenging Breath Test Results in Maryland

Posted on : November 12, 2017
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The officer has pulled you over, but you wonder whether or not he or she really had probable cause to continue with a claim that you were under the influence. Perhaps the breath test said you were breaking the law, but you hadn’t had enough or anything to drink and you want to challenge the [Read More]

Should I Really Retain an Attorney for A First Offense DUI?

Posted on : October 15, 2017
Have you ever been accused of a first offense DUI or DWI in Maryland? If so, you need to be able to schedule a consultation with an attorney immediately. Administrative and criminal penalties may apply if you don’t get help from a lawyer. The possible defense methods should be analyzed by an attorney as soon [Read More]

New Law in Maryland Changes How Rapes Are Investigated and Prosecuted

Posted on : September 12, 2017
Have you or someone you know recently been accused of rape? This is a serious crime that can carry life-changing penalties if you don’t hire a dedicated criminal defense attorney immediately. With so much on the line, make sure you understand the basic elements of a rape allegation and how to protect your future.  New [Read More]

What You Can Expect if You’ve Been Charged with a Misdemeanor

Posted on : August 11, 2017
If you have been charged with a misdemeanor in Maryland, you will either experience one of two things: you will receive summons that request that you appear in court without being arrested or you’ll be arrested by the police at that time. If you have been arrested, you will be taken to a jail promptly [Read More]

What You Need to Know About Police Mistakes and DUI and DWI Cases in Maryland

Posted on : July 12, 2017
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Did you know that when a police officer makes a mistake in your DUI or DWI case in Maryland that you may be entitled to use this information to help fight or dismiss the charges? Sharing this information with an experienced Maryland DUI defense attorney promptly after this happens gives you the best possible chance [Read More]

Most Common Misdemeanor Charges In Maryland

Posted on : June 14, 2017
If you have recently been accused of breaking the law in Maryland, you may be charged with a felony or a misdemeanor. Typically, a felony will carry much more serious penalties and could have a major influence on your future. However, a misdemeanor can also be troubling and should be something you consult with an [Read More]

What Police Are Looking for In Maryland DUI Cases?

Posted on : June 12, 2017
No one want to be arrested for DUI. Even the accusation of driving under the influence can be embarrassing and require your time off work to meet with an attorney and attend hearings. Trying to defend yourself is often your top concern and speaking with a lawyer is the first thing you need to consider [Read More]

What You Need to Know About Noah’s Law in the State of Maryland

Posted on : May 12, 2017
Maryland was recently ranked as needing to do more in terms of highway safety, according to a study conducted by the advocates for highway and auto safety. Across the country, fatal vehicle accidents claimed the lives of more than 35,000 individuals in 2015 but in Maryland, nearly 6,000 people have been killed on roads throughout [Read More]

What is the Difference Between a DUI and a DWI in the State of Maryland?

Posted on : May 12, 2017
It can be confusing to hear that there are both DWI and DUI charges in the state of Maryland. That is because not every state across the country will have separate DWI and DUI charges. People may use these terms interchangeably but this could generate confusion in the state of Maryland because Maryland is extremely [Read More]