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Can Traffic Cameras Affect Your DUI?

Should You Get a Blood Test for Your DUI?

3 Surprising Ways You Could Fail a Breathalyzer Test

Can You Get a DUI Without Drinking Alcohol?

Common Questions About Ignition Interlock

The Penalties for Driving on a Suspended License

Getting a DUI Doesn’t Have to Ruin Your Life

What Changes in an Aggravated DUI?

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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Should You Get a Blood Test for Your DUI?

Category: Maryland DUI
August 28, 2019

When you are pulled over for driving under the influence of alcohol, the law enforcement officer may request your DUI charges pending results of a breath or blood test to confirm a blood alcohol content level that is over the legal limit (.08%). The more common of the two is the breathalyzer test, but what […]

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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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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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The Penalties for Driving on a Suspended License

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
May 16, 2019

If you’ve been charged with driving while on a suspended license, you shouldn’t wait to consult an attorney. Thanks to recently changed Maryland driving laws, your rights and case may be different than you’ve previously been told or might expect. The conviction of a suspended license can often be the result of a DUI conviction […]

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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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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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