DUI Attorney Ross Albers was invited to speak to the Baltimore County Game & Fish Protective Association about DUI/DWI law. Mr. Albers was invited by Britt Stouffer of Stouffer Legal to educate the membership on driving under the influence in Baltimore County, Maryland.
In 1936, a group of prominent Baltimore County sportsmen concerned about conservation of wildlife and natural habitats formed the Baltimore County Game & Fish Protective Association. Membership required a love and understanding of the great outdoors and a desire to improve wildlife preservation through education, conservation, and support of related legislation. Since then, the association has gone on to provide a valuable and needed community resource to sportsmen and non-sportsmen alike.
Mr. Albers’ lecture including a discussion on client’s biggest fears after a DUI arrest. Additionally, he touched on the timeline of a DUI case from the initial stop to the client’s appearance in court. Mr. Albers also explained the new Noah’s Law and the changes to drunk driving laws in Maryland. For example, he discussed the difference between a conviction and probation before judgment and its effect on a person’s driver’s license.
Finally, Mr. Albers took questions from the group regarding guns and DUI. The membership was surprised to learn that a DUI conviction and subsequent supervised probation would lead them to lose their firearms.
Thank you Stouffer Legal for the invitation to speak!
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