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

What happens if a failure to pay fine warrant is issued in Maryland?

More than 30 warrants delivered in Carroll County warrant sweep

What should I expect when I go to pick up a criminal summons at the Sheriff’s Office in Maryland?

What to do if there is a warrant for your arrest in Maryland

Maryland DUI Warrant Traveling Outside of Country

Failed to Appear for Court in Maryland

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 happens if a failure to pay fine warrant is issued in Maryland?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
April 9, 2016

News flash on how your tax dollars are spent on a failure to pay fine warrant. In Baltimore, judges will order fines for certain cases. If the fine isn’t paid on time, a failure to pay fine warrant will be issued for the your arrest. Baltimore City failure to pay fine warrant Today, I ran across a […]

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More than 30 warrants delivered in Carroll County warrant sweep

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
March 18, 2016

Approximately, 30 criminal warrants and summons were served as a part of a Carroll County warrant sweep. What is a Carroll County warrant sweep? Warrant sweeps are conducted to make sure outstanding warrants for people are served. An arrest warrant is a warrant issued by a judge, which authorizes the arrest and detention of an […]

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What should I expect when I go to pick up a criminal summons at the Sheriff’s Office in Maryland?

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense
May 7, 2015

I have never been in trouble before, but I received a letter to pick up a summons at the Sheriff’s Office.  What’s going to happen to me when I show up? Take a deep breath.  If the case is proceeding by way of summons, then there is no arrest warrant.  What probably happened is that 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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Maryland DUI Warrant Traveling Outside of Country

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI,Maryland Juvenile Defense,Maryland Traffic Tickets
April 6, 2015

Concerned about a Maryland DUI warrant traveling outside of country? A frequent question clients have regarding probation is whether or not they will be free to travel outside of Maryland and the United States.  Generally, you must notify and obtain permission from your probation officer to travel outside of Maryland. However, what happens if you […]

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Failed to Appear for Court in Maryland

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI,Maryland Juvenile Defense,Maryland Traffic Tickets
March 21, 2015

A criminal defendant failure to appear for court in Maryland happens for a number of reasons.  Sometimes, the court will reset the case, but usually a bench warrant is issued for the defendant’s arrest. What will happen if the defendant turns themselves in depends on the nature of the defendant’s criminal background, charges, and history of appearing […]

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