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Juvenile Record Expungement in Maryland: What You Should Know

Category: Maryland Juvenile Defense,Uncategorized
September 7, 2021

At Albers & Associates, our experienced legal team diligently defends youth facing criminal charges in Maryland. If you’re looking for an experienced Maryland juvenile defense attorney, our team can expertly navigate the complex legal system. For parents of adolescents over the age of 18 with a juvenile record, you should know that there are record […]

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Family Law with Albers & Associates: Protect Your Family with a Separation Agreement

Category: Maryland Family Law
September 7, 2021

Albers & Associates is your trusted family law attorney when it comes to separation agreements. While a “legal separation” is not recognized as a marital status in the state of Maryland, it can be incredibly beneficial for the protection of your family. A verbal agreement between you and your spouse isn’t enough, especially when you […]

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What You Should Know About First DUI Charges and Convictions in Maryland

Category: Maryland DUI
August 27, 2021

At Albers & Associates, we understand that navigating your first DUI charge can be a daunting experience. Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol in the state of Maryland is a crime that requires a court appearance and can permanently alter your clean driving record. For individuals who have never faced a DUI charge, […]

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Maryland’s Ignition Interlock Program: What you Need to Know

Category: Maryland DUI,Uncategorized
August 24, 2021

Being convicted of a DUI can come with some stiff penalties but losing your driving privileges does not always have to be one of them. In certain situations, eligible drunk drivers may opt into Maryland’s ignition interlock program in place of serving the administrative per se suspension period, highlighted in Maryland’s Impaired Driving Laws section.  […]

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Refusing a Breathalyzer: What you Need to Know

Category: Maryland DUI,Uncategorized
July 27, 2021

It’s a hot summer evening in Maryland and you’re on your way home after attending a friend’s backyard BBQ. On your way home, you see flashing lights in your rearview mirror and realize an officer is pulling you over. The officer explains you are being pulled over for running a traffic light, but in the […]

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Drug-Related DUI vs. Alcohol-Related DUI: What’s the Difference?

Category: Maryland DUI
July 26, 2021

Any individual with a driver’s license knows that driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol can result in severe consequences. What may be less commonly known is the difference between an alcohol-related DUI and a drug-related DUI. This article breaks down the differences and similarities between an alcohol-related DUI and a drug-related DUI. […]

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Hire, Acquire, and Inspire: Law Firm Leadership with Ross Albers [Podcast]

Category: The Law Office of Ross W. Albers
July 1, 2021

Ross W. Albers of Albers & Associates recently served as a guest on the Profit with Law podcast hosted by Moshe Amsel. Listen to the episode below to learn more about how Ross has grown Albers & Associates through mergers and acquisitions. Podcast Summary Scaling your law firm is not a walk in the park. […]

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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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