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Will My License Be Suspended Over Traffic Tickets?

Category: Uncategorized
March 4, 2022

If you’ve let unpaid traffic citations pile up, you should know that you may be at risk of facing penalties that can impact multiple components of your life. In the state of Maryland, unpaid traffic citations can result in your license being suspended if you do not pay or contest the traffic ticket in court […]

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Can a Domestic Violence Charge Impact My Job?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
March 3, 2022

If you’re facing domestic violence charges in Maryland, you may be wondering how it might impact your employment. If your employer finds out about your charge, will you be placed on an indefinite leave of absence? Or, even worse, fired from your job? How will this affect your future employment opportunities down the road? In […]

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What Does It Mean to Seek Asylum in the United States?

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
February 22, 2022

Seeking asylum in the United States due to fear of persecution of one’s race, nationality, political opinion, or religion is common for individuals from other countries who want to be protected from persecution. However, not every individual is eligible for asylum. You need to apply for asylum through the I-589 Form (Application for Asylum and for […]

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Immigration and Deportation: Can I Be Deported For a Crime?

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
February 9, 2022

When you’ve immigrated to the United States, it’s vital to maintain your right to reside within the country. However, if you’ve committed a crime or violated a law within the U.S., you may be eligible to face deportation against your will. Crimes that can lead to deportation from the United States include aggravated felonies, crimes […]

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What to Do When You’re Facing Assault Charges

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
February 2, 2022

If you’re facing assault charges in Maryland, this is a serious matter that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Whether you’re facing first, second-degree, or attempted assault charges, it’s essential to secure an experienced criminal defense attorney. This is especially vital for individuals facing first-degree assault charges, classified as a felony that carries upwards of 25 years […]

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Will I Serve Jail Time for Drug Crimes?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
February 1, 2022

If you’ve been arrested for drug crimes and you’re facing criminal charges in Maryland, you’re going to need an experienced criminal defense attorney. Whether you were in possession of illegal substances or caught dispensing, manufacturing, or distributing, it’s vital to obtain legal representation immediately. You can face a wide range of legal challenges and consequences […]

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Why Would Someone Immigrate to the United States?

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
January 17, 2022

Each year, approximately 1 million people choose to immigrate to the United States. While immigration is a primarily personal choice, it’s a hotly debated topic that’s a consistent focal point in research studies and reports. With so many immigrants accounting for a large percentage of the world’s population, what’s the big deal, anyway? When an […]

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Why Do I Need an Immigration Lawyer?

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
January 7, 2022

If you’re an immigrant in the United States and facing challenges, an immigration lawyer can navigate the legal process on your behalf. We know that immigration can be a life-changing endeavor and lead to a positive familial impact for generations to come. Whether you’re looking for assistance with naturalization, visas, DACA renewal, or more, Albers […]

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Are You Entitled to Alimony in Maryland?

Category: Maryland Divorce
January 4, 2022

If you’re considering following through with a divorce in Maryland, you might be wondering if you’re entitled to alimony. Receiving alimony can help a spouse become self-supporting for a certain amount of time, and in some cases, indefinitely. Whether or not you qualify to receive alimony is often based upon your circumstances. In some instances, […]

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Your Next Steps Following Multiple DUI Offenses in Maryland

Category: Maryland DUI
January 4, 2022

Even though driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol in Maryland is a common criminal offense, first-time offenders are likely to receive more minor penalties than repeat offenders. Repeat DUI offenses are often punished to the fullest extent by judges in Maryland. If you’ve been charged with multiple DUI offenses in Maryland, it’s critical […]

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