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Protective Order Violation in Maryland

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What should I expect when I go to pick up a criminal summons at the Sheriff’s Office in Maryland?

Maryland Spousal Privilege Second Degree Assault Cases

What to do if there is a warrant for your arrest in Maryland

Maryland DUI Warrant Traveling Outside of Country

Hiring a Private DUI Attorney or applying for a Public Defender?

Maryland Prosecutor Defers to Court at Sentencing

Failed to Appear for Court in Maryland

Maryland DUI Plea Agreements

Protective Order Violation in Maryland

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
November 14, 2015

A protective order violation in Maryland is a very serious criminal charge.  If you have been arrested or charged with violating a protective order in Westminster, Carroll County, then you need to consult an experienced criminal defense attorney. How is a Protective Order Violation Prosecuted in Maryland? The maximum penalty for violating a peace order […]

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Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
June 3, 2015

I was accused of second degree assault.  The State’s Attorney’s Office did not prosecute and I received a disposition of nolle prosequi.  Will this incident keep me from getting a low level security clearance job? Criminal Arrest May Affect Low Level Security Clearance Here, at the Law Offices of Ross W. Albers, I get this question a […]

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What should I expect when I go to pick up a criminal summons at the Sheriff’s Office in Maryland?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
May 7, 2015

I have never been in trouble before, but I received a letter to pick up a summons at the Sheriff’s Office.  What’s going to happen to me when I show up? Take a deep breath.  If the case is proceeding by way of summons, then there is no arrest warrant.  What probably happened is that the […]

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Maryland Spousal Privilege Second Degree Assault Cases

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland Family Law
April 28, 2015

I represented a client that was charged with second degree assault.  The alleged victim was her husband.  My client’s husband was also charged with second degree assault and the alleged victim was my client. Neither, my client or her husband wanted to pursue their cases against one another.   The Assistant State’s Attorney and I agreed […]

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What to do if there is a warrant for your arrest in Maryland

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI,Maryland Juvenile Defense,Maryland Traffic Tickets
April 23, 2015

When you learn that there is a warrant out for your arrest, there is a tendency to want to ignore it and hope it will go away. Unfortunately, it will not. Once you realize there is a warrant, you should consult with an attorney immediately. There are several things that you and a Maryland Warrant […]

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Maryland DUI Warrant Traveling Outside of Country

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI,Maryland Juvenile Defense,Maryland Traffic Tickets
April 6, 2015

Concerned about a Maryland DUI warrant traveling outside of country? A frequent question clients have regarding probation is whether or not they will be free to travel outside of Maryland and the United States.  Generally, you must notify and obtain permission from your probation officer to travel outside of Maryland. However, what happens if you […]

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Hiring a Private DUI Attorney or applying for a Public Defender?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI,Maryland Juvenile Defense,Maryland Traffic Tickets
April 1, 2015

Private DUI attorney or public defender?  The debate whether to use a private DUI attorney or public defender comes up regularly for people charged with criminal, DUI/DWI and traffic offense in Maryland. What is the Office of the Public Defender? The Office of the Public Defender was created on July 1, 1971, by the Maryland Legislature. […]

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Maryland Prosecutor Defers to Court at Sentencing

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI,Maryland Juvenile Defense
March 24, 2015

Prosecutor defers to court at sentencing.  What does that mean? Prosecutor defers at criminal sentencing in Maryland It seems more prevalent now in the district courts of Maryland, that when your attorney approaches a prosecutor to discuss their recommendation for your criminal case the prosecutor says, “I’m deferring to the court.” I call this the […]

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Failed to Appear for Court in Maryland

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI,Maryland Juvenile Defense,Maryland Traffic Tickets
March 21, 2015

A criminal defendant failure to appear for court in Maryland happens for a number of reasons.  Sometimes, the court will reset the case, but usually a bench warrant is issued for the defendant’s arrest. What will happen if the defendant turns themselves in depends on the nature of the defendant’s criminal background, charges, and history of appearing […]

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Maryland DUI Plea Agreements

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI
March 20, 2015

Maryland DUI plea agreements are an important part of a criminal cases in Maryland.  Plea negotiations between attorneys and the court can occur before and during trial.  However, most cases are resolved by a plea agreement before trial. Parties to a Maryland DUI plea agreement determine if binding on the court Two-party ABA approved plea […]

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