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Does Your License Always Get Suspended for a DUI?

Category: Maryland DUI
August 7, 2019

Although drivers don’t intend to harm others when they get behind the wheel after consuming alcohol, one person in Maryland is killed almost every day by a drunk driver. This is why DUI laws have become stricter over the years. For all DUI charges, even first offenses, your Maryland driver’s license will be suspended or […]

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Will a DUI Cost You Your Security Clearance?

Category: Maryland DUI
July 31, 2019

Your security clearance is a big deal, and you already know you should be avoiding anything that could cause that clearance to be revoked. However, no one is perfect and we all have lapses in judgment and make mistakes. Should you risk drinking and driving when you have a security clearance in the state of […]

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How to Reduce Motorcycle Accidents

Category: Maryland Personal Injury
July 24, 2019

Though driving a motorcycle may be one of the most adventurous things on the planet, it can also be one of the most dangerous. Personal injury cases involving motorcycle accidents are often some of the most gruesome, with catastrophic injuries involving spinal and cranial damage. Before you are involved in an accident with someone riding […]

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Do You Need a Dash Cam?

Category: Maryland Car Accidents,Maryland Personal Injury
July 16, 2019

Many major roadways today are covered by cameras, but what happens if you get into an accident on one that’s not? If you’re unfortunate enough to have this happen to you, (after seeking medical attention) you’ll have to deal with the insurance companies afterwards. Without a camera it could be left to a “he says […]

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Can You Get a DUI Without Drinking Alcohol?

Category: Maryland DUI
July 10, 2019

Most people think of driving under the influence as synonymous with drinking and driving, but the truth is that you can be charged with a DUI even if you haven’t had a single sip of alcohol. Let’s take a closer look at what driving under the influence actually encompasses to understand how this is possible. […]

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Can a Minor Be Tried as an Adult?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
July 2, 2019

When anyone under the age of 18 commits a crime, they will typically be given a trial in juvenile court. The consequences and penalties for juvenile crime are less severe than that of an adult, and are commonly assessed as minor fines and short jail sentences. But we’ve all heard a few news stories where […]

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When to Worry About Probation Violations

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
June 26, 2019

Probation is the system’s way of “letting someone off easily.” The alternative, of course, is jail time. Despite it being seen as an offender getting the “easy” way out, probation is still extremely serious and is not to be taken lightly. There are many different ways to violate your parole, but some are more serious […]

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The Facts About Drug Dealing Charges

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
June 19, 2019

Getting caught in possession of a controlled substance comes with a hefty penalty, but if you are also suspected of circulating or selling said controlled substance, the penalties will inevitably become more serious. Today we’re going to talk about the facts of drug dealing charges. The Schedule of the Drug Makes a Difference The penalties […]

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Common Questions About Ignition Interlock

Category: Maryland DUI
June 13, 2019

If you’ve been charged with a DUI, or know someone who has, then you may have heard the term”ignition interlock” thrown around. But what exactly is an Ignition Interlock System? An Ignition Interlock System is a breathalyzer that’s installed in your car, ensuring the driver is sober before driving. Many states, Maryland included, require them […]

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Do You Need a Protective Order?

Category: Maryland Family Law,Maryland Personal Injury
June 5, 2019

Domestic abuse unfortunately happens far too often. We don’t live in a perfect world, but that doesn’t mean you’re powerless. Victims of abuse have the ability to seek out a protective order, which can protect them. We wanted to take some time today to talk about what a protective order is/does and how you can […]

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