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Does a DUI Ruin Your Life?

Your Next Steps Following Multiple DUI Offenses in Maryland

What You Should Know About First DUI Charges and Convictions in Maryland

Maryland’s Ignition Interlock Program: What you Need to Know

Refusing a Breathalyzer: What you Need to Know

Drug-Related DUI vs. Alcohol-Related DUI: What’s the Difference?

Can You Get a DUI on a Bike in Maryland?

Is it Worth Getting a Lawyer for a DUI?

Can Traffic Cameras Affect Your DUI?

3 Surprising Ways You Could Fail a Breathalyzer Test

Does a DUI Ruin Your Life?

Category: Maryland DUI
April 4, 2022

If you’ve been charged with a DUI and you’re a first-time offender, you may be wondering how your life will be impacted. Being charged with a DUI in Maryland is a serious offense not to be taken lightly. In some cases, a DUI can be classified as a felony if significant bodily injury or death […]

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Your Next Steps Following Multiple DUI Offenses in Maryland

Category: Maryland DUI
January 4, 2022

Even though driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol in Maryland is a common criminal offense, first-time offenders are likely to receive more minor penalties than repeat offenders. Repeat DUI offenses are often punished to the fullest extent by judges in Maryland. If you’ve been charged with multiple DUI offenses in Maryland, it’s critical […]

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What You Should Know About First DUI Charges and Convictions in Maryland

Category: Maryland DUI
August 27, 2021

At Albers & Associates, we understand that navigating your first DUI charge can be a daunting experience. Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol in the state of Maryland is a crime that requires a court appearance and can permanently alter your clean driving record. For individuals who have never faced a DUI charge, […]

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Maryland’s Ignition Interlock Program: What you Need to Know

Category: Maryland DUI,Uncategorized
August 24, 2021

Being convicted of a DUI can come with some stiff penalties but losing your driving privileges does not always have to be one of them. In certain situations, eligible drunk drivers may opt into Maryland’s ignition interlock program in place of serving the administrative per se suspension period, highlighted in Maryland’s Impaired Driving Laws section.  […]

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Refusing a Breathalyzer: What you Need to Know

Category: Maryland DUI,Uncategorized
July 27, 2021

It’s a hot summer evening in Maryland and you’re on your way home after attending a friend’s backyard BBQ. On your way home, you see flashing lights in your rearview mirror and realize an officer is pulling you over. The officer explains you are being pulled over for running a traffic light, but in the […]

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Drug-Related DUI vs. Alcohol-Related DUI: What’s the Difference?

Category: Maryland DUI
July 26, 2021

Any individual with a driver’s license knows that driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol can result in severe consequences. What may be less commonly known is the difference between an alcohol-related DUI and a drug-related DUI. This article breaks down the differences and similarities between an alcohol-related DUI and a drug-related DUI. […]

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Can You Get a DUI on a Bike in Maryland?

Category: Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI,Maryland Traffic Tickets
July 15, 2020

Riding your bike can be a great way to relax, enjoy time outdoors, and get from place to place. Using this vehicle while under the influence of a controlled substance, however, can result in a DUI in Maryland and several other states. Individuals charged with biking under the influence may face penalties similar to those […]

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Is it Worth Getting a Lawyer for a DUI?

Category: Maryland DUI
October 9, 2019

Maryland laws are very strict for those convicted of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. When you’re charged with DUI, there are plenty of reasons that getting the help of an experienced DUI lawyer in Towson, MD. Get help from Albers & Associates and see why it can be more than worth it […]

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Can Traffic Cameras Affect Your DUI?

Category: Maryland DUI
September 18, 2019

It seems like more and more these days cameras are cropping up everywhere. We have cameras in our pockets, on almost every building, and of course on many streets. With this increased level of surveillance has come a decrease in the number of “he says, she says” court trials. In the past most Towson, MD […]

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3 Surprising Ways You Could Fail a Breathalyzer Test

Category: Maryland DUI
August 14, 2019

Drunk driving is a very serious problem in the United States, and for this reason, many police stations have begun to crack down on the practice. If an officer suspects that you’re under the influence of alcohol or any other illicit substance, then they will pull you over and more than likely will administer a […]

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