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How Alcohol Cessation Programs Can Help DUI and DWI Convictions

What Happens to My Immigration Case if I Get Arrested?

Understanding Maryland’s Administrative Penalties for DUI/DWI

Criminal Defense Checklist

What You Need To Know Before Accepting a Plea Agreement

A Guide to Expungement

How to Press Charges in Maryland

My DUI Case Was Dropped: Now What?

Do I Need a Deportation Defense Attorney?

What Happens if You Never Get Served Papers?

How Alcohol Cessation Programs Can Help DUI and DWI Convictions

Category: Maryland Car Accidents,Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI,Maryland Traffic Tickets
September 29, 2022

Driving under the influence, also known as DUI, is illegal in all states, including Maryland. Those who face DUI charges might need to pay hefty fines and face severe punishment. Maryland laws mandate up to $1,000 for the first offense, and $2,000 plus imprisonment for the second. While it may look grim for those accused […]

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What Happens to My Immigration Case if I Get Arrested?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland Immigration Law,Uncategorized
September 25, 2022

If you are a green card holder and get arrested, your case will go into removal proceedings.  Removal proceedings are the formal process by which the U.S. government tries to remove an immigrant from the country. You will have a hearing before an immigration judge, who will decide whether you should be deported or allowed […]

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Understanding Maryland’s Administrative Penalties for DUI/DWI

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI
August 29, 2022

Driving under the influence or while impaired is a serious crime in all 50 states, often costing those convicted thousands of dollars, losing time at work, and highly stressful for all involved. Depending on the crime itself, penalties can range from fines to serving jail time. This article discusses the administrative penalties for DUI/DWI in […]

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Criminal Defense Checklist

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
August 24, 2022

Being charged with a crime is a serious matter that can quickly become overwhelming to the individual accused. But what happens after someone has been charged with a crime? This article discusses the criminal defense process and includes a checklist of things to bring to your first meeting with an attorney if you’ve been accused […]

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What You Need To Know Before Accepting a Plea Agreement

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
August 4, 2022

No one is ever required to accept a plea agreement. If a person is in custody, an arraignment will be set quickly after the arrest, usually after one or two days. During this time, the prosecuting attorney might offer the defendant a plea agreement. This can happen as soon as the defendant first appears in […]

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A Guide to Expungement

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI
July 28, 2022

Defendants may, depending on certain factors, have charges deleted and removed from their public police and court records (but not from private collections of public information). This process is called expungement. This is an important tool for people who have been charged, but not convicted, of a criminal act or incarcerable traffic offense — although […]

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How to Press Charges in Maryland

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
June 28, 2022

If you feel you’ve been a victim of violent crime, Maryland offers you the opportunity to press charges and formally accuse someone of a crime so they can be brought to trial. Individuals in Maryland can press charges against people who have harmed them. Harm can be considered, in the eyes of the law, either […]

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My DUI Case Was Dropped: Now What?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
June 24, 2022

Although your DUI case in District Court may have been dropped, you still likely have to appear at an MVA Executive Hearing. Depending on the results of this hearing you could have your license suspended or revoked. If you have a Commercial Driver’s License, it can be revoked for a minimum of a year, which […]

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Do I Need a Deportation Defense Attorney?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
May 17, 2022

If you’re facing deportation in Maryland, you need to partner with a highly experienced immigration and deportation attorney to advocate on your behalf. Navigating the murky waters of the Maryland deportation process can feel overwhelming. You might feel afraid, scared that you’ll be deported, and worried about leaving your life in the United States behind. […]

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What Happens if You Never Get Served Papers?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
May 9, 2022

Perhaps you’ve been intentionally avoiding being served, you’ve been in the process of a move, or you’re just a rather busy individual. No matter the circumstances, you know that someone has been attempting to serve you court papers that you’ve yet to receive. In Maryland, the service of process outlines that you have to receive […]

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