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How to Press Charges in Maryland

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
June 28, 2022

If you feel you’ve been a victim of violent crime, Maryland offers you the opportunity to press charges and formally accuse someone of a crime so they can be brought to trial. Individuals in Maryland can press charges against people who have harmed them. Harm can be considered, in the eyes of the law, either […]

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What is an immigration waiver?

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
June 26, 2022

An immigration waiver is needed in case you run afoul of immigration law in the US, specifically concerning “unlawful presence.” Unlawful presence is “the period of time when you are in the United States without being admitted or paroled or when you are not in a ‘period of stay authorized by the Secretary (of Homeland […]

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My DUI Case Was Dropped: Now What?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
June 24, 2022

Although your DUI case in District Court may have been dropped, you still likely have to appear at an MVA Executive Hearing. Depending on the results of this hearing you could have your license suspended or revoked. If you have a Commercial Driver’s License, it can be revoked for a minimum of a year, which […]

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3 Different Types of Immigration Statuses

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
June 22, 2022

US Citizenship and Immigration Services has three main categories of immigration status — naturalized citizen, lawful permanent resident (LPR), and conditional permanent resident (CPR). The length of your residency and how you arrived in the USA will determine which of these three statuses apply to you. If you are residing in the USA as a […]

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3 Facts About the DREAM Act 2022

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
May 18, 2022

Did you know that there’s a difference between the DREAM Act and DACA? The DREAM Act consists of a series of proposed laws that could provide a pathway to citizenship for undocumented youths who immigrated to the United States as children. Since these undocumented youths are considered illegal immigrants, the proposed DREAM Act is considered […]

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Do I Need a Deportation Defense Attorney?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
May 17, 2022

If you’re facing deportation in Maryland, you need to partner with a highly experienced immigration and deportation attorney to advocate on your behalf. Navigating the murky waters of the Maryland deportation process can feel overwhelming. You might feel afraid, scared that you’ll be deported, and worried about leaving your life in the United States behind. […]

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What Happens if You Never Get Served Papers?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
May 9, 2022

Perhaps you’ve been intentionally avoiding being served, you’ve been in the process of a move, or you’re just a rather busy individual. No matter the circumstances, you know that someone has been attempting to serve you court papers that you’ve yet to receive. In Maryland, the service of process outlines that you have to receive […]

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Facts About Spousal Privilege in Maryland

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
May 9, 2022

Have you ever wondered if your spouse could testify against you in Maryland? If so, you should know that there is a protection in place that can be invoked called spousal privilege, also known as marital privilege. Under Maryland law, your spouse can decline to testify against you under spousal privilege if they’ve been asked […]

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Is Baltimore a Sanctuary City?

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
April 12, 2022

In 2017, WBAL-TV 11 reported that the now-former Mayor of Baltimore, Catherine Pugh, stated that “Baltimore is a ‘welcoming’ city for immigrants, not ‘sanctuary.’” As a city that’s long been considered a melting pot of individuals from all walks of life, Baltimore has a vibrant community filled with residents and transplants alike. The Baltimore Police […]

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Can An Asylee Go Back to Their Home Country?

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
April 12, 2022

You may have dreamed about becoming a United States citizen, but have found yourself starting to miss your home country that you fled. It’s a dilemma that many asylees may face once they’ve chosen to seek asylum status within the U.S. While traveling back to your home country may seem like an excellent opportunity to […]

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