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Accessory After the Fact: Definitions and Potential Consequences

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
January 12, 2021

Being an accessory to a crime in Maryland, specifically for felonies, can entail significant penalties, ranging from imprisonment to fines. It is important to note that Maryland criminal law entails considerable grey areas in terms of sentencing for such cases. Given this fact and its implications for individuals facing criminal charges, we wished to provide […]

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Holiday Crime Prevention Tips for Marylanders

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
January 12, 2021

The winter holiday season for many Maryland residents is a time for celebrating with friends and family, gift giving, and travel. While this year’s pandemic may alter some people’s plans for the holidays this year, being smart about keeping yourself, your family, and your property safe is important regardless. Common Holiday Season Crimes and Ways […]

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Alternative Sentencing for Drug Offenders in Maryland

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
January 12, 2021

With criminal justice reform being in the spotlight locally and nationally, particularly around drug-related charges, it felt like an appropriate time to address a feature of Maryland’s justice system: alternative sentencing. Alternative sentencing encompasses different methods of punishing individuals found guilty of drug crimes that do not entail jail time. The post that follows provides […]

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What’s the Difference Between Bond and Bail?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
January 12, 2021

Outside of the legal system, the words “bail” and “bond” often get used interchangeably when referring to someone getting out of jail prior to appearing in court. These terms, however, do possess important differences worth noting, which will be examined in greater detail below. Finally, we will look at key bail reforms in Maryland enacted […]

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Domestic Violence Vs. Assault in Maryland: What You Need to Know

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
October 19, 2020

The Maryland legal system offers the same penalties for domestic violence cases involving physical harm and general assault cases. With this in mind, the following post will examine how Maryland courts define assault, what are its penalties, and what differentiates a domestic-related matter. Maryland Assault Classifications and Penalties Maryland defines assault as the unwanted or […]

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If Someone is Driving My Car and Gets in An Accident Who is Responsible?

Category: Maryland Car Accidents
September 25, 2020

Picture this scenario: A family member or friend asks you to borrow your vehicle to run some errands while theirs is being repaired. Unfortunately, they become involved in an accident that results in serious damages, including injuring another driver. Who is responsible for these issues? In the following article we will examine the specifics of […]

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What is a Maryland Peace Order? An Overview

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland Family Law
September 25, 2020

With the increase in domestic violence and other forms of unwanted aggressive behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is fitting to discuss peace orders. In Maryland, these court actions encompass a variety of legal protections offered to individuals facing issues with another person, such as a stranger, a neighbor, or someone else. Depending on the […]

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The Difference Between Theft, Robbery and Burglary Charges and Penalties

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
August 28, 2020

Criminal acts are charged differently in the legal system and for good reason. The definition of the crime communicates the severity of the offense. Though most people might consider the words theft, robbery, and burglary to be synonymous, they hold very specific meanings in the eyes of the law and within the walls of the […]

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What Are the Four Types of Negligence?

Category: Maryland Personal Injury
August 28, 2020

In legal terms, Negligence is when someone that is responsible for another person’s care, acts in a way that can or has resulted in harm. In medical situations, daycare, or home care, negligence is a top concern, as those receiving care are often unable to protect themselves, making them more susceptible to negligence. What you […]

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How Long Do You Have to Sue Someone for a Personal Injury in Maryland?

Category: Maryland Personal Injury
July 15, 2020

A common personal injury-related question our team gets is, “How long do you have to sue someone for personal injury in Maryland?” In most cases, it is three years from the date of said incident resulting in a personal injury. That said, there are different circumstances where this time frame does not apply and may […]

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