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Drunk and Impaired Driving in Maryland

Drunk and impaired driving is viewed by the legislature, law enforcement, and courts as a public health and safety issue. It puts both those who are driving, and those who are on the road, at serious risk. On average each year in Maryland, there are 7,884 impaired driving crashes, resulting in 171 fatalities and 4,026 [..]

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Divorce in Maryland

Types of Divorce in Maryland: The process of a divorce can be lengthy and often times hard to navigate in terms of finances, parenting, and difficult relationship issues. In Maryland, there are two types of divorce, “absolute divorce” and “limited divorce.” The most significant difference between absolute and limited divorce is at the end of [..]

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Companies who hire ex-offenders

It can be difficult, if not impossible, to find employment after having been convicted of a crime. Most employers have a job pool of applicants who have clean records from which to choose. Luckily, there are many companies in this country who will still take a chance on hiring ex-offenders. Here are some resources to [..]

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Criminal Trial Procedure

When a criminal defendant pleas “not guilty” to the charges against him, a criminal trial will be set. Because only five to ten percent of those charged with crimes plead “not guilty,” most criminal cases do not make it to the trial phase. Plea bargaining is a common alternative to pleading “not guilty” and going [..]

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Personal Injury Protection – Maryland

What is Personal Injury Protection (PIP)? PIP is coverage you purchase through your own insurance policy. It is not available in all states, is mandatory in some states, and is optional in others. It is optional in Maryland but is automatic on every motor vehicle insurance policy unless you affirmatively waive it. PIP will cover [..]

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