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Do Miranda Rights Affect Criminal Charges?

Will You Lose Your Job After a Drug Charge?

What Does it Mean to be Charged with Assault and Battery?

Can a Minor Be Tried as an Adult?

When to Worry About Probation Violations

The Facts About Drug Dealing Charges

Have You Been Charged with a Drug Crime in Maryland?

The Penalties for Driving on a Suspended License

Rogue and Vagabond Charges in Maryland

We’re Proud to Welcome a New Senior Lawyer!

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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Will You Lose Your Job After a Drug Charge?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
October 22, 2019

Being charged with a drug crime can be worrisome, especially if you have a job. You’re likely wondering a few things: Do I have to tell my employer about the drug charge? Will my boss fire me if he finds out about my charges? Will this drug charge keep me from future employment? Albers & […]

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What Does it Mean to be Charged with Assault and Battery?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
October 17, 2019

Assault and battery charges in Maryland can have severe consequences that can affect your family and your future. Albers & Associates is here to help you better understand this crime and the charges involved and will be there to defend you through the legal process following your crime. Types of Assault 1st-Degree Assault – The […]

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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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Have You Been Charged with a Drug Crime in Maryland?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
May 29, 2019

Maryland is known for its harsh drug crime laws and your case will likely be no different. Many start out with charges that, if you’re found guilty of, will come with harsh fines, sentences, and life-changing impact that could affect your social status, future employment opportunities, and even disqualify you for a loan. If you’ve […]

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The Penalties for Driving on a Suspended License

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
May 16, 2019

If you’ve been charged with driving while on a suspended license, you shouldn’t wait to consult an attorney. Thanks to recently changed Maryland driving laws, your rights and case may be different than you’ve previously been told or might expect. The conviction of a suspended license can often be the result of a DUI conviction […]

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Rogue and Vagabond Charges in Maryland

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
May 7, 2019

Rogue and vagabond charges are those related to any theft or intended theft of a motor vehicle or the contents in or on a motor vehicle. This weird charge with a weirder name can be somewhat confusing and convoluted and even comes with a hefty sentence. If you’ve been charged with rogue and vagabond, seek […]

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We’re Proud to Welcome a New Senior Lawyer!

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,The Law Office of Ross W. Albers
February 28, 2019

Here at The Law Office of Ross W. Albers, we’re always looking for new ways to serve our clients. As of February 15th 2019, we are proud to welcome Craig A. Ross to our legal team as a senior attorney. We’re Expanding Our Criminal Defense Resources Bringing on a new team member is about more […]

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