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4 Tips for Success in the Courtroom

A Quick Guide to Implied Consent

5 Things to Know about the Stet docket in Maryland

Supreme Court considers whether warrantless breath test requires a search warrant in Maryland DUI arrest

What are the phases of a personal injury trial in Maryland?

Motion to Suppress Carroll County DUI Stop on Route 140 Granted

Ready for Trial: Law Enforcement Compliment

Looking for a local Carroll County DUI Attorney?

What is a Carroll County Preliminary Hearing?

Pennsylvanian Carroll County DUI

4 Tips for Success in the Courtroom

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
September 3, 2019

Though your criminal defense attorney is there to fight for you and is ultimately the responsible party for achieving success in your case, there are also things you can do to make the process go smoother and have a better impression on the judge. TIP #1: Present Yourself Appropriately The way you appear physically in […]

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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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5 Things to Know about the Stet docket in Maryland

Category: Uncategorized
May 10, 2018

If you’ve never heard of the stet docket before, you might believe it has no relevance to you. But if you ever find yourself in a traffic or criminal case, it’s important to understand what it is. Here are 5 things you should know about the Maryland Stet Docket: #1 –  Stet is a Latin […]

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Supreme Court considers whether warrantless breath test requires a search warrant in Maryland DUI arrest

Category: Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI
April 21, 2016

Yesterday, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in the warrantless breath test cases of Birchfield v. North Dakota, 136 S.Ct. 614 (2015), Bernard v. Minnesota, 136 S.Ct. 615 (2015), and Beylund v. Levi, 136 S.Ct. 614 (2015). The issue before the Supreme Court is whether a state can criminalize a refusal to submit to a warrantless breathalyzer.  In layman’s terms, penalizing a […]

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What are the phases of a personal injury trial in Maryland?

Category: Maryland Car Accidents,Maryland Personal Injury,Maryland Wrongful Death
March 31, 2016

Injured by the negligent actions of another and considering a personal injury trial? There is a lot that goes into a personal injury trial. Maryland Personal Injury Trial Phases The primary phases of a Maryland personal injury trial are: Pretrial motions Pretrial motions are argued before selecting a jury and typically deal with evidence issues. Choosing […]

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Motion to Suppress Carroll County DUI Stop on Route 140 Granted

Category: Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI
March 18, 2016

A Route 140 DUI not guilty verdict is possible in Carroll County, Maryland.  But, you have to be: Ready for trial! Carroll County DUI Attorney Ross W. Albers tried a first offense driving under the influence case in the district court located in Westminster, Maryland.  Our Carroll County DUI client was found not guilty of […]

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Ready for Trial: Law Enforcement Compliment

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI
March 9, 2016

A law enforcement compliment can be a hard thing to come by for a Maryland criminal defense attorney. But, in the last week, we have had two Maryland police officers give us law enforcement compliments after standing by our firms’ mantra: Ready for trial! The courts and prosecutors treat you differently when you are: Ready […]

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Looking for a local Carroll County DUI Attorney?

Category: Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI
February 29, 2016

A local Carroll County DUI Attorney, as opposed to a outsider lawyer, can be very helpful for many reasons. Recently, we were contacted by a Baltimore City resident that was arrested for driving under the influence on Route 140 in Carroll County, Maryland. This DWI client had spoken to another DUI attorney, but felt like they […]

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What is a Carroll County Preliminary Hearing?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
February 10, 2016

A Carroll County preliminary hearing is a proceeding held in the District Court. Carroll County Preliminary Hearing Determines Probable Cause A preliminary hearing is held to determine if probable cause exists to charge you with a felony crime.  A preliminary hearing is not a trial, and the court is not concerned with misdemeanor charges. If the […]

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Pennsylvanian Carroll County DUI

Category: Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI
October 14, 2015

I was contacted by a new DUI client regarding a Pennsylvanian Carroll County DUI.  This new client was impressed with my positive testimonials, and wanted to schedule a free consultation. How does a Pennsylvanian Carroll County DUI proceed in court? This new DWI client is from Pennsylvania and has a Pennsylvania driver’s license.  This person […]

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