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How is a protective order different from a peace order in Maryland?

The state of Maryland takes domestic violence matters very seriously, as these situations happen all too often. Domestic violence can encompass a wide range of acts between family members, as well as between household members who are not related. Some of the acts that are considered domestic abuse in Maryland include assault, rape or sexual […]

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Juvenile Crimes in Maryland

People who are under the age of 18 are considered juveniles in the state of Maryland. When minors break the law, they are handled differently than adults who break the law. One of the major differences between committing a crime as a juvenile and a crime as an adult is that these situations are handled […]

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Will my social media be monitored after an accident?

When you are injured in an accident that was caused by another person’s negligence, it is likely that you will think about filing a personal injury case. A successful personal injury lawsuit can provide you with assistance in paying your medical bills, rehabilitation costs, and lost wages, as well as compensate you for the pain […]

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Firearm Regulations in Maryland

The state of Maryland, like the rest of the country, has a unique set of firearm regulations. The Second Amendment protects the right to bear arms and many people feel as though these rights should not be infringed. With that said, individual states have created a complex set of restrictions and requirements to try and […]

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What are some defenses to a DUI or DWI charge in Maryland?

If you have been charged with either a DUI or DWI in the state of Maryland, it is important to be aware that you can face significant consequences if you are convicted. An experienced criminal law attorney can assess your situation from all angles and help look for any possible defenses that can help win […]

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Slip and Fall Accidents in Maryland

When walking anywhere in Maryland, it is important to be careful of the obstacles and hazards that can lead to injury. Pedestrians can sustain major injuries by walking down their own streets. Victims of a slip and fall accident can face lasting injuries, unforeseen future effects, and the financial burden of lost wages, and overwhelming […]

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Penalties of a Marijuana Possession Conviction in Maryland

Marijuana laws in the United States have rapidly changed within the last decade. Federal laws still classify marijuana as a schedule I drug, despite many states moving to legalize the drug recreationally. The state of Maryland has not legalized marijuana for recreational use but does allow certain individuals to utilize medical marijuana and has decriminalized […]

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DUI vs. DWI in Maryland

Maryland takes driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol very seriously. When an individual is arrested for a DWI or a DUI, the court will try to hold them accountable with the appropriate penalties. With that said, an experienced criminal defense attorney can look for defenses that may help reduce the penalties of the […]

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Assault Crimes in Maryland

No matter the crime, Maryland aims to hold offenders accountable for their actions. When crimes are violent, however, the state will take significant action against anyone who is convicted. In Maryland, crimes of assault are quite serious. With that said, there are two levels of how serious an assault crime can be. If you have […]

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How is a protective order different from a peace order in Maryland?

The state of Maryland takes domestic violence matters very seriously, as these situations happen all too often. Domestic violence can…

Read More
 
Juvenile Crimes in Maryland

People who are under the age of 18 are considered juveniles in the state of Maryland. When minors break the…

Read More
 
Will my social media be monitored after an accident?

When you are injured in an accident that was caused by another person’s negligence, it is likely that you will…

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