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Category: Maryland DUI

Have You Been Injured by a Drunk Driver?

Category: Maryland Car Accidents,Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI
January 9, 2019

As a law-abiding citizen, the thought of driving while intoxicated may seem ludicrous, but people do it every day. When a drunk driver gets into an accident with you, the damages that you may face could be serious, long-lasting, and life-threatening. Though the accident will certainly be jarring, you need to focus, and make sure […]

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What Does it Mean to be “Wet Reckless”?

Category: Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI
November 26, 2018

The phrase “wet reckless” may call to mind images of jet-skiing, but when it comes to the law, the phrase is anything but fun. “Wet Reckless” is a term used to describe a particular kind of criminal charge and today we’re going to be exploring the term in a bit more depth. What does “Wet […]

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What Changes in an Aggravated DUI?

Category: Maryland DUI
November 8, 2018

Aggravated charges are criminal charges that have been escalated according to the circumstances of the crime. An aggravated assault, for example is an assault that resulted in more serious injuries for the person who was assaulted. Today we’re going to be talking about aggravated DUI charges, how they happen, and what they mean for your […]

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What is Negligence?

Category: Maryland Car Accidents,Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI
October 11, 2018

Negligence is an important term in the legal world. If charged with a crime, the word negligence may be used to describe your actions when the crime occurred. The dictionary describes negligence as, “failure to take proper care in doing something”, but what does it mean when examined in a legal context? Let’s take a […]

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Does Maryland Have Dram Shop Laws?

Category: Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI
October 4, 2018

When a drunk driver injures or kills another person on the road, is the bar that served them the drinks responsible for the accident? According to Dram Shop Laws, they most certainly are. The question, however, is whether or not this is the case in the state of Maryland. Let’s take a look. What is […]

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Boating Under the Influence is Serious

Category: Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI
September 19, 2018

Heading out on the water with a few friends, the summer sun, and a few beers is a beloved pastime for many Marylanders. However, you may want to leave the beers to the passengers, because Boating Under the Influence can carry serious consequences. What is Boating Under the Influence? Like a DUI, a BUI in […]

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Can I Get a DUI If I’m Parked?

Category: Maryland DUI
September 13, 2018

The short answer is: Yes. You can get a DUI even if your car is in park. Now, you may be thinking, “But I’m not even driving!” Well, that may be so. However, if the prosecution can prove you were about to drive, or you had just been driving, you’re going to be convicted. How […]

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Will a DUI Ruin My Life?

Category: Maryland DUI
August 30, 2018

Getting charged with “Driving Under the Influence” (DUI) is a pretty big deal and it can seem like your life is effectively over. Between the fines, the possible loss of your license, and the threat of jail time, DUI charges can weigh very heavily on a person. But will a DUI ruin your life? Will […]

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Testing for Intoxication: How Does it Work?

Category: Maryland DUI
August 22, 2018

There are a few different ways law enforcement can determine whether or not you’ve been drinking. They’re trained to look for certain signs and then to administer a series of tests that can function as evidence if you are then charged with a DUI. Let’s take a look at some of those signs and tests […]

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A Quick Guide to Implied Consent

Category: Maryland DUI
August 15, 2018

Consent is an important topic in today’s society, but today we’re talking specifically about what “implied consent” means in the context of a DUI charge. What is Implied Consent? Implied consent is consent that isn’t given explicitly, but is implied by the context or circumstances of the moment. For example, let’s say that you’re at […]

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