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  • Defense for Maryland Indecent Exposure Charge
    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 the Difference Between Civil and Criminal Fraud in Maryland?
    What is the Difference Between Civil and Criminal Fraud in Maryland?

    If you or someone you love committed an act of fraud, you might be wondering what that means as far as punishment or a potential lawsuit. The main difference between civil and criminal fraud is how ...

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  • What is an Aggravated Assault Charge in Maryland?
    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?
    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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  • Do I Need a Criminal Attorney for a Bench Warrant in Maryland?
    Do I Need a Criminal Attorney for a Bench Warrant in Maryland?

    Courts issue bench warrants when circumstances necessitate it. They are common in Maryland courts when someone misses a court date. In these cases, the judge will issue a bench warrant that instructs ...

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