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    • What is Considered a Violent Crime in Maryland?

      If you or a loved one has been charged with a violent crime in Maryland, it is imperative that you retain a skilled Maryland criminal defense attorney. Violent crimes are felonies, and a conviction ...

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    • What is an Aggravated Assault Charge in Maryland?

      If you or a loved one has been charged with aggravated assault in Maryland, you may be wondering what the difference is from a standard assault charge. Aggravated assault is not technically a separate ...

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    • What is the Difference Between a Burglary and Home Invasion in Maryland?

      Some people use the terms burglary and robbery interchangeably. However, they are actually separate and distinct charges with different penalties. Burglary is different from a home invasion, as well. ...

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    • What to Wear to Your Maryland Criminal Trial

      You may not think that your appearance is an important part of your defense when you are facing criminal charges, but the image you portray in the courtroom can go a long way with a jury and/or judge. ...

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    • Ways to Get Your Maryland Criminal Charges Dismissed

      If you have been arrested and charged with a crime, you have two primary options. The first is to plead guilty, and the other is to take your chances and go to trial. However, there may be a third ...

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    • Reasons You Should Not Have a Public Defender for Your Maryland Criminal Case

      If you are facing criminal charges in Maryland, you may be wondering if you should use a court-appointed public defender or hire a criminal defense attorney. It is important to remember that public ...

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  • DUI
    • What Happens if My Teenager is Arrested for Drunk Driving?

      Being arrested for drinking and driving is already a serious offense on its own. If the arrest involves someone who is not of legal drinking age, then there is even more cause for concern. If your ...

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    • What to Know About Getting a DUI/DWI in Maryland

      If you or an immediate family member have been arrested for a DUI or DWI, it is important to speak with a Maryland criminal-defense attorney right away. A DUI stands for driving under the influence, ...

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    • Noah's Law and Driving Under the Influence in Maryland

      Like other US states, Maryland has its own drunk driving laws. It also has a special law called Noah’s Law , which helped make ignition interlock devices mandatory for all drivers who were recently ...

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    • What is Considered White Collar Crime?

      The term ‘white collar crime’ is typically used to describe crimes that are nonviolent and are committed by professionals, primarily for financial gain. These types of crimes are often investigated by ...

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    • Ways to Get Your Maryland Criminal Charges Dismissed

      If you have been arrested and charged with a crime, you have two primary options. The first is to plead guilty, and the other is to take your chances and go to trial. However, there may be a third ...

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    • What Are the Differences Between Maryland State and Federal Criminal Charges?

      Being charged with a crime is a stressful and worrisome experience. It can become even more confusing if you do not understand how the criminal process works and in what court you are being charged. ...

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    • Maryland's Forgery Laws

      The act of forgery in Maryland contains several elements that, when present, would add up to a convictable offense. In order to proceed, the prosecutor has to show evidence that would make a jury ...

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    • Defense for Maryland Indecent Exposure Charge

      Unfortunately, a silly prank like “mooning” someone at a public event could result in a criminal charge in Maryland for indecent exposure. State law defines indecent exposure as exposing one’s private ...

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    • What is Considered White Collar Crime?

      The term ‘white collar crime’ is typically used to describe crimes that are nonviolent and are committed by professionals, primarily for financial gain. These types of crimes are often investigated by ...

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    • Is Prostitution Illegal in Maryland?

      Prostitution is not permitted in Maryland in any form. This includes solicitation, which is the act of buying, known as assignation in the state; selling; and pimping, which is primarily linked to ...

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    • What to do if You Have Been Accused of Shoplifting in Maryland

      Have you been charged with shoplifting in Maryland? Even something as minor as stealing a candy bar on a dare can result in serious legal consequences. The state of Maryland takes shoplifting ...

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    • What is Considered White Collar Crime?

      The term ‘white collar crime’ is typically used to describe crimes that are nonviolent and are committed by professionals, primarily for financial gain. These types of crimes are often investigated by ...

      Read More
    • What is Considered a Violent Crime in Maryland?

      If you or a loved one has been charged with a violent crime in Maryland, it is imperative that you retain a skilled Maryland criminal defense attorney. Violent crimes are felonies, and a conviction ...

      Read More
    • What is Considered White Collar Crime?

      The term ‘white collar crime’ is typically used to describe crimes that are nonviolent and are committed by professionals, primarily for financial gain. These types of crimes are often investigated by ...

      Read More