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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?

Facts About Spousal Privilege in Maryland

What’s a Battery Charge?

Can a Domestic Violence Charge Impact My Job?

What to Do When You’re Facing Assault Charges

Will I Serve Jail Time for Drug Crimes?

You’ll Need Legal Representation for a Probation Violation Case

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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Facts About Spousal Privilege in Maryland

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
May 9, 2022

Have you ever wondered if your spouse could testify against you in Maryland? If so, you should know that there is a protection in place that can be invoked called spousal privilege, also known as marital privilege. Under Maryland law, your spouse can decline to testify against you under spousal privilege if they’ve been asked […]

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What’s a Battery Charge?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
April 4, 2022

You may have been placed under arrest for assault and battery. Whether you were involved in a brawl while out drinking or the participant in an unexpected fight, facing assault and battery charges can be overwhelming. In Maryland, you may have committed assault and battery against another individual when you made unwanted physical contact, attempted […]

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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 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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You’ll Need Legal Representation for a Probation Violation Case

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
December 1, 2021

In Maryland, a probation violation can lead to you being arrested and subsequently serving your original jail sentence without being eligible for bail until your hearing. Under Maryland law, probation serves as an opportunity to avoid a jail sentence for defendants, so long as you adhere to the terms and conditions outlined in the court […]

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