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  • How to Expunge Your Criminal Record in Maryland
    How to Expunge Your Criminal Record in Maryland

    Obviously, everyone would love to have their criminal record expunged, but only some cases qualify. Expungement means information about a criminal offense is removed from court and law enforcement ...

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  • Can Police Search Your Vehicle Without a Warrant?
    Can Police Search Your Vehicle Without a Warrant?

    The Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution protects you against unlawful search and seizure, which can generally prohibit random searches of your vehicle by police. If the police search ...

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  • Kushner Companies' Apartments Being Investigated by Maryland Attorney General
    Kushner Companies' Apartments Being Investigated by Maryland Attorney General

    According to CNN Money , Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh may be heading up an investigation into Kushner Companies for potential abusive debt collection practices and poor conditions at several ...

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  • Some Maryland Residents Get Driving Records Expunged
    Some Maryland Residents Get Driving Records Expunged

    One of the new laws that went into effect October 1, 2017 is helping more than 600,000 Maryland drivers expunge their driving records. House Bill 1017 was passed during the 2017 legislative session ...

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  • Maryland Loses Chance at Federal Funding for Untested Rape Kits
    Maryland Loses Chance at Federal Funding for Untested Rape Kits

    For the third year in a row, Maryland was not awarded any assistance from a federal funding program that would help process a large backlog of untested rape kits in the state. According to The ...

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  • Understanding Maryland's Impaired Driving Laws
    Understanding Maryland's Impaired Driving Laws

    Drinking and driving in the state of Maryland is illegal, as it is elsewhere in the United States. If you are arrested for an offense related to impaired driving in the state, you can face immediate ...

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