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Does Your License Always Get Suspended for a DUI?

Will a DUI Cost You Your Security Clearance?

Can You Get a DUI Without Drinking Alcohol?

Common Questions About Ignition Interlock

3 Things to Bring to Your DUI Consultation

Getting a DUI Doesn’t Have to Ruin Your Life

Was Your License Suspended by a DUI?

What Does it Mean to be “Wet Reckless”?

What Changes in an Aggravated DUI?

What is Negligence?

Does Your License Always Get Suspended for a DUI?

Category: Maryland DUI
August 7, 2019

Although drivers don’t intend to harm others when they get behind the wheel after consuming alcohol, one person in Maryland is killed almost every day by a drunk driver. This is why DUI laws have become stricter over the years. For all DUI charges, even first offenses, your Maryland driver’s license will be suspended or […]

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Will a DUI Cost You Your Security Clearance?

Category: Maryland DUI
July 31, 2019

Your security clearance is a big deal, and you already know you should be avoiding anything that could cause that clearance to be revoked. However, no one is perfect and we all have lapses in judgment and make mistakes. Should you risk drinking and driving when you have a security clearance in the state of […]

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Can You Get a DUI Without Drinking Alcohol?

Category: Maryland DUI
July 10, 2019

Most people think of driving under the influence as synonymous with drinking and driving, but the truth is that you can be charged with a DUI even if you haven’t had a single sip of alcohol. Let’s take a closer look at what driving under the influence actually encompasses to understand how this is possible. […]

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Common Questions About Ignition Interlock

Category: Maryland DUI
June 13, 2019

If you’ve been charged with a DUI, or know someone who has, then you may have heard the term”ignition interlock” thrown around. But what exactly is an Ignition Interlock System? An Ignition Interlock System is a breathalyzer that’s installed in your car, ensuring the driver is sober before driving. Many states, Maryland included, require them […]

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3 Things to Bring to Your DUI Consultation

Category: Maryland DUI
May 3, 2019

Drinking and driving laws on Maryland are severe, and the associated penalties don’t get any lighter. A DUI conviction can result in fines, jail times, license suspension, and even probation. Employment discrimination and social stigma are also common occurrences following a DUI conviction, which could also impact your security clearance, immigration status, and insurance rates. […]

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Getting a DUI Doesn’t Have to Ruin Your Life

Category: Maryland DUI
March 12, 2019

Being pulled over and charged with a DUI can certainly feel like the end of the world. Between the criminal charges and the potential loss of your license, to say that being charged with a DUI is stressful is a gross understatement. However, your DUI doesn’t have to ruin your life. When you work with […]

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Was Your License Suspended by a DUI?

Category: Maryland DUI
February 13, 2019

Being charged with a DUI comes with many complications and consequences. Along with the criminal element of the event, you will also face possible license suspension from the MVA. If you’ve been charged with a DUI in the state of Maryland, you need to work with a lawyer to ensure that your license is not […]

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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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