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Maryland Advance Directives: What You Need to Know and How a Lawyer Can Help

Category: Maryland Estate Planning
April 6, 2020

The last thing you’d want is not being able to make decisions about medical treatment for yourself. With that in mind, it’s always a good idea to prepare for exceptional times with a Maryland advance directive. This document, which can be formulated on your own or with a lawyer, speaks for you if you are unable to and ensures your personal beliefs will be respected.


How Small Businesses Can Navigate Legal Implications During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Category: Maryland Business Law
April 1, 2020

Businesses of all sizes and verticals are facing numerous challenges when it comes to the Coronavirus pandemic’s legal implications, ranging from worker safety issues to payroll and rental/lease payments, to name a few.

Our latest blog post focuses on helping Maryland small business owners navigate the Coronavirus pandemic’s legal implications and challenges.


What Happens When You Don’t Show Up to Court

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
December 27, 2019

When you have received a summons to appear in court for a traffic violation or crime you have committed, it’s important to take it seriously. Failure to appear in Maryland is a serious offense that can result in a warrant for your arrest. Whether you’ve been charged with a crime and have a summons to […]


When Does an Expunged Record Come Back?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
December 20, 2019

Having your criminal record expunged is attractive to those who have a history of criminal activity because it can make it easier for them to find employment, rent or purchase property, and navigate other situations where a background check is required. However, there are limitations and policies in place that can allow your expunged conviction […]


What is Bail?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
December 11, 2019

When you’re arrested and placed in jail, one of your initial thoughts is likely, “How do I get out of here?”. One of the ways you can get out of jail is by complying with pre-trial restrictions known as bail. More specifically, bail is the conditional release of an offender that occurs with a promise […]


What To Do When You’re Arrested

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
December 4, 2019

Getting arrested for a crime or violation of the law can be a hostile situation by nature. Whether you are being arrested for a crime you did commit, or believe you are being arrested unlawfully for a crime you had no involvement in, it’s important to know the proper behaviors to exhibit once you are […]


What is a Plea Bargain?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
November 26, 2019

When you have committed a crime and go through the proceedings of your criminal case in Maryland, you will need to respond to the crimes you are being charged with in court. When you work with an experienced criminal defense lawyer in Towson, MD, your chances of a favorable outcome are much higher than if […]


New DUI Laws Went Into Effect in October

Category: Maryland DUI
November 21, 2019

On October 1, 2019, Maryland passed a number of new laws regarding many different topics including animal cruelty, criminal justice, citizenship, and more. We’re here to share with you today the newest laws that went into effect last month in Maryland regarding Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and related subjects. HB0707: Drunk and Drugged Driving […]


The Reality of DUI Charges in Maryland

Category: Maryland DUI
November 12, 2019

Many people who choose to drive while under the influence of drugs or alcohol do not have the intention of hurting themselves or others. However, the state of Maryland sees those guilty of DUI as negligent and intentionally or knowingly reckless. Getting behind the wheel after indulging in either substance is highly illegal in Maryland, […]


Do Miranda Rights Affect Criminal Charges?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
November 5, 2019

A person’s Miranda Rights are directly related to the Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution and exist to protect U.S. citizens against self-incrimination. This includes the right of an individual to not serve as a witness to a crime they themselves have been charged with. Let’s take a further look at Miranda rights and […]


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