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Category: Maryland Traffic Tickets

Should You Hire a Lawyer for a Traffic Ticket?

Category: Maryland Traffic Tickets
March 27, 2019

Getting a traffic ticket, though inconvenient, isn’t usually a big deal. You pay the fine, accept the license points, and move on with little interruption. However, there are many instances where a traffic ticket can cause a lot more damage. So, let’s take a look at some of the reasons why hiring a lawyer for […]

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Maryland’s Move Mover Laws Are Being Enforced

Category: Maryland Traffic Tickets
March 5, 2019

As you drive down the road, there are many things that you need to keep in mind and many laws you must follow. One of those laws is the “move over” law. This law has been put into place to protect service vehicles from being clipped by cars and has since been expanded. Let’s take […]

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Maryland Driving Suspended License Penalties Change

Category: Maryland Traffic Tickets
December 7, 2017

Beginning October 1, 2017, certain penalties have changed for driving with a suspended license in Maryland.  Pursuant to the Justice Reinvestment Act certain provisions of the Transportation Article 16-303 have changed. If you have been charged with driving while suspended, then you should consult with an attorney to discuss the possible defenses and outcomes of your case.  Our office […]

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What is legal window tint in Maryland?

Category: Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI,Maryland Traffic Tickets
May 10, 2016

The Maryland State Police released a helpful window tint guide for Maryland motorists. Window Tint Regulations Maryland regulates post manufacture window tint on all motor vehicles registered in Maryland. The regulations are set forth in the Maryland Transportation Article and the inspection process for vehicles being registered in Maryland. The regulations state that windows can have post manufacture […]

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What is the Stet docket in Maryland?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI,Maryland Juvenile Defense,Maryland Traffic Tickets
December 29, 2015

A Stet can be a great result for a client’s criminal, DUI/DWI, juvenile, and traffic case.  However, many clients don’t understand what is the Stet docket in Maryland. First, “Stet” is a Latin term meaning “let it stand.” Generally, a Stet in Maryland means that your case is placed on an inactive docket and forgotten […]

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Carroll County Driving While Suspended MVA Error

Category: Maryland Traffic Tickets
August 27, 2015

As a former Baltimore City Assistant State’s Attorney, I understand a Carroll County driving while suspended case can create massive problems.  Now that I’m Westminster Traffic Ticket Defense Attorney, I get to help people defend and save their privilege to drive. In order to be found guilty of driving while suspended, the State’s Attorney’s Office has […]

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Howard County Driving Without a License Trial

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland Traffic Tickets
July 1, 2015

My Howard County driving without a license client and I received a not guilty verdict in District Court after a bench trial. How Criminal Defense Attorney Ross W. Albers won a Howard County Driving Without a License Trial My client was charged with motor vehicle theft, theft of property between $1,000-$10,000, and driving without license. […]

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Request Trial Maryland Traffic Tickets

Category: Maryland Traffic Tickets
April 23, 2015

I received two Maryland traffic tickets: (1) speeding and (2) failure to avoid an accident.  I paid both tickets and now my license is being suspended!  Should I have requested a trial? You should have requested a trial and not paid the tickets!  Always, request a trial for Maryland traffic tickets.  If you pay the […]

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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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MVA Point System

Category: Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI,Maryland Traffic Tickets
April 12, 2015

The MVA has created a point system wherein each moving violation carries a certain number of points. For example, a speeding ticket 1-9 miles over the speed limit will result in 1 point, 10-29 miles over the limit is 2 points (except 20 or more over a 65 m.p.h. limit is 5 points), and 30 […]

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