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4 Tips for Success in the Courtroom

Can a Minor Be Tried as an Adult?

Have You Been Charged with a Drug Crime in Maryland?

Rogue and Vagabond Charges in Maryland

Adults can be liable for minors who get drunk in their homes

Arrested in Carroll County? Consider these Carroll County Arrest Tips!

Officer Nero selects bench trial over jury trial

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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Can a Minor Be Tried as an Adult?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
July 2, 2019

When anyone under the age of 18 commits a crime, they will typically be given a trial in juvenile court. The consequences and penalties for juvenile crime are less severe than that of an adult, and are commonly assessed as minor fines and short jail sentences. But we’ve all heard a few news stories where […]

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Have You Been Charged with a Drug Crime in Maryland?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
May 29, 2019

Maryland is known for its harsh drug crime laws and your case will likely be no different. Many start out with charges that, if you’re found guilty of, will come with harsh fines, sentences, and life-changing impact that could affect your social status, future employment opportunities, and even disqualify you for a loan. If you’ve […]

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Rogue and Vagabond Charges in Maryland

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
May 7, 2019

Rogue and vagabond charges are those related to any theft or intended theft of a motor vehicle or the contents in or on a motor vehicle. This weird charge with a weirder name can be somewhat confusing and convoluted and even comes with a hefty sentence. If you’ve been charged with rogue and vagabond, seek […]

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Adults can be liable for minors who get drunk in their homes

Category: Maryland Car Accidents,Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland Personal Injury
July 5, 2016

On Tuesday, Maryland’s highest court held adults liable for drunk minors in their home. Adults liable for drunk minors Adults who knowingly let minors get drunk at their homes may be exposed to lawsuits if the drunk minor gets hurt or hurts someone else. The Court of Appeals ruled that criminal laws making it illegal for adults […]

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Arrested in Carroll County? Consider these Carroll County Arrest Tips!

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
May 17, 2016

Criminal charges in Carroll County are serious matters that can jeopardize your freedom and future. But, if you consider following these Carroll County arrest tips, then your case may be properly managed and prepared for court. Top 5 Carroll County Arrest Tips If you have been arrested in Carroll County and charged with a crime, then […]

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Officer Nero selects bench trial over jury trial

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
May 11, 2016

Baltimore City Police Officer Edward M. Nero decided to stand trial before a judge, rather than a jury.  The bench trial will begin Thursday morning in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City. Officer Nero is one of three bicycle officers involved in Freddie Gray’s initial detention and arrest. Officer Nero plead not guilty to misdemeanor […]

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