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U.S. Supreme Court Almost Answers Question About Underfunded Public Defender System

Westminster Rogue and Vagabond Car Theft Scheme

More than 30 warrants delivered in Carroll County warrant sweep

Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys’ Association

Ready for Trial: Law Enforcement Compliment

Arrested for shoplifting in Maryland, but didn’t know you forgot to scan items?

What is a Carroll County Preliminary Hearing?

Postponement Defense

Fourth Degree Burglary in Maryland

Carroll County DUI Arrest

U.S. Supreme Court Almost Answers Question About Underfunded Public Defender System

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
April 1, 2016

Does America’s underfunded public defender system meet the Sixth Amendment’s standards for adequate legal counsel? In a 5-3 decision in Luis v. United States, the U.S. Supreme Court came close to asking and answering that question in a case that had nothing to do with public defenders. Sila Luis was indicted for federal health-care fraud, […]

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Westminster Rogue and Vagabond Car Theft Scheme

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
March 19, 2016

In addition to theft, a person can be charged with rogue and vagabond when they are arrested for stealing from a vehicle. A recent string of thefts from vehicles in Carroll County, Maryland, has the Westminster Police Department reminding residents to lock their car doors. Victims of rogue and vagabond thefts from their vehicle usually report […]

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More than 30 warrants delivered in Carroll County warrant sweep

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
March 18, 2016

Approximately, 30 criminal warrants and summons were served as a part of a Carroll County warrant sweep. What is a Carroll County warrant sweep? Warrant sweeps are conducted to make sure outstanding warrants for people are served. An arrest warrant is a warrant issued by a judge, which authorizes the arrest and detention of an […]

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Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys’ Association

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
March 13, 2016

The Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys’ Association was formed to promote study and research in the field of criminal defense law and the related areas. Westminster Criminal Defense Attorney Ross W. Albers is a Member of the Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys’ Association The Law Office of Ross W. Albers is a member of the Maryland Criminal Defense […]

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Ready for Trial: Law Enforcement Compliment

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI
March 9, 2016

A law enforcement compliment can be a hard thing to come by for a Maryland criminal defense attorney. But, in the last week, we have had two Maryland police officers give us law enforcement compliments after standing by our firms’ mantra: Ready for trial! The courts and prosecutors treat you differently when you are: Ready […]

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Arrested for shoplifting in Maryland, but didn’t know you forgot to scan items?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
March 1, 2016

Shoplifting is a theft crime in Maryland that requires proof beyond a reasonable doubt that you knowingly and intentionally stole items from a store. Forgot to Scan Items and Arrested for Shoplifting? I was in Giant shopping with a “scan it scanner” yesterday evening.  After checking out, I was stopped by the security guard and […]

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What is a Carroll County Preliminary Hearing?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
February 10, 2016

A Carroll County preliminary hearing is a proceeding held in the District Court. Carroll County Preliminary Hearing Determines Probable Cause A preliminary hearing is held to determine if probable cause exists to charge you with a felony crime.  A preliminary hearing is not a trial, and the court is not concerned with misdemeanor charges. If the […]

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Postponement Defense

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
February 1, 2016

Sometimes, the best criminal defense is the postponement defense. When Maryland criminal cases are fresh and new, prosecutors tend to focus on them.  But, as criminal charges grow old, new cases replace them, and prosecutors lose interest in older cases.  Especially, cases that are weak to being with. What is the Postponement Defense? The postponement defense […]

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Fourth Degree Burglary in Maryland

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
January 25, 2016

Arrested for fourth degree burglary in Maryland?  Contact the Law Office of Ross W. Albers to schedule a free consultation.  Remember, the State’s Attorney’s Office has the burden of proof beyond a reasonable doubt when you are charged with fourth degree burglary in Maryland.  Recently, I tried a case in Baltimore City where my client […]

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Carroll County DUI Arrest

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI
January 25, 2016

Do you need a DWI attorney for a Carroll County DUI arrest?  Contact the Law Office of Ross W. Albers immediately to schedule a driving under the influence free consultation with Westminster DUI Attorney Ross W. Albers. Routes 140, 97 and 27 are high volume Carroll County DUI arrest locations.  A Carroll County DUI arrest is […]

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