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Maryland Second Chance Act

Adults can be liable for minors who get drunk in their homes

Arrested in Carroll County? Consider these Carroll County Arrest Tips!

Officer Nero selects bench trial over jury trial

Cyber-bullying in Carroll County, Maryland

What happens if a failure to pay fine warrant is issued in Maryland?

Smoking marijuana in public criminal penalties may increase in Maryland

Odor of marijuana supports search of vehicle despite the decriminalization of less than 10 grams of marijuana

Actual innocence defense to criminal charges in Maryland

Stingray Cellphone Surveillance Evidence Ruled Unconstitutional

Maryland Second Chance Act

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
August 7, 2016

As a criminal defense attorney with offices in Carroll County and Howard County, one of the toughest parts of my job is explaining to clients that their criminal record may follow them for the rest of their life.  Particularly, DUI convictions which are not expungeable.  Thankfully, the Maryland Second Chance Act was created to allow certain […]

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Adults can be liable for minors who get drunk in their homes

Category: Maryland Car Accidents,Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland Personal Injury
July 5, 2016

On Tuesday, Maryland’s highest court held adults liable for drunk minors in their home. Adults liable for drunk minors Adults who knowingly let minors get drunk at their homes may be exposed to lawsuits if the drunk minor gets hurt or hurts someone else. The Court of Appeals ruled that criminal laws making it illegal for adults […]

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Arrested in Carroll County? Consider these Carroll County Arrest Tips!

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
May 17, 2016

Criminal charges in Carroll County are serious matters that can jeopardize your freedom and future. But, if you consider following these Carroll County arrest tips, then your case may be properly managed and prepared for court. Top 5 Carroll County Arrest Tips If you have been arrested in Carroll County and charged with a crime, then […]

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Officer Nero selects bench trial over jury trial

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
May 11, 2016

Baltimore City Police Officer Edward M. Nero decided to stand trial before a judge, rather than a jury.  The bench trial will begin Thursday morning in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City. Officer Nero is one of three bicycle officers involved in Freddie Gray’s initial detention and arrest. Officer Nero plead not guilty to misdemeanor […]

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Cyber-bullying in Carroll County, Maryland

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
April 14, 2016

Misdemeanor crimes come in many shapes and forms, but cyber-bullying is one that you may not have considered. This is a relatively new crime in many locations, and some areas may not have specific laws on the books yet. However, in places that do, cyber-bullying is generally seen as a misdemeanor crime. But it could […]

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What happens if a failure to pay fine warrant is issued in Maryland?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
April 9, 2016

News flash on how your tax dollars are spent on a failure to pay fine warrant. In Baltimore, judges will order fines for certain cases. If the fine isn’t paid on time, a failure to pay fine warrant will be issued for the your arrest. Baltimore City failure to pay fine warrant Today, I ran across a […]

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Smoking marijuana in public criminal penalties may increase in Maryland

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
April 8, 2016

Public marijuana smoking may become a misdemeanor crime in Maryland! If you have ever been arrested for possessing marijuana, then you know that the legislature has been working to decriminalize the drug. You need to defend yourself regardless of the potential punishments any drug charge can leave you frustrated and facing penalties. The benefit of decriminalization […]

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Odor of marijuana supports search of vehicle despite the decriminalization of less than 10 grams of marijuana

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
April 4, 2016

Recently, the Court of Special Appeals held that marijuana odor still justifies a vehicle search despite the decriminalization of less than 10 grams in Maryland. Routes 140, 97 and 27 in Carroll County, Maryland are possible locations for a K-9 drug sniffing dog to detect marijuana odor. Marijuana odor detected by K-9 drug sniffing dog On […]

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Actual innocence defense to criminal charges in Maryland

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
April 3, 2016

Actual innocence is a defense to criminal charges in Maryland. There are many ways actual innocence can be argued and proved by your Maryland Criminal Defense Lawyer. Reasonable doubt and actual innocence There are many ways to defend a person against criminal charges in Maryland. Some defenses have to do with whether your constitutional rights were violated in any way. […]

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Stingray Cellphone Surveillance Evidence Ruled Unconstitutional

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
April 3, 2016

Maryland Criminal Defense Lawyers have identified as many as 200 people who were sent to prison based on cellphone surveillance evidence used by police that the Maryland Court of Specials Appeals has now ruled was obtained illegally. Maryland’s court is the first to require a warrant for covert cellphone tracking. Maryland Cellphone Surveillance Requires Search Warrant The […]

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