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What You Need to Know Abo…

What You Need to Know About Memorial Day DUIs in Maryland

Memorial Day Weekend is one of the most popular weekends for DUIs every year. Unfortunately, a DUI can drastically affect your life for a very long time, which is why if you have been charged with one, you will need to retain the assistance of an exp… Read More
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Can I Refuse To Take a Br…

Can I Refuse To Take a Breathalyzer Test In Maryland?

There are few things more frightening than being pulled over for driving under the influence. Because of this, many individuals who are stopped will simply refuse to take a breathalyzer or blood test. Unfortunately, this usually will not work in your… Read More
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The 5 Most Important Thin…

The 5 Most Important Things You Should Look For in a Criminal Defense Attorney

When facing a criminal matter, the attorney you choose is paramount. Selecting an effective attorney can be the difference between going to jail and remaining a free person. Please read on and reach out to our experienced Maryland criminal defense fi… Read More
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What Happens if I am Char…

What Happens if I am Charged With a DUI in Maryland?

There are few things more damaging to a person than obtaining a criminal record, which is why if you have been arrested for driving under the influence, you need to hire an experienced Maryland criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. Please re… Read More
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Noah's Law

On October 1, 2016, Governor Hogan signed Senate Bill 945 into law. This law, known as “Noah’s Law,” was designed to protect Marylander Residents by keeping drunk drivers off the roads. The law is named in honor of former Montgomery County poli… Read More
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Affirmative Defenses / Mitigating Circumstances to a DUI

An affirmative defense is a fact or circumstance that defeats or lessens the legal consequences of an action. After you are arrested for a DUI, if you can present one or more of these affirmative defenses in your case, then you may be able to get the… Read More
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Maryland Seat Belt Laws

In Maryland, all drivers and passengers are required to wear seat belts regardless of where they are seated in the car. Maryland’s new seatbelt law requires that even passengers over 16 in the back seat wear a seatbelt. Maryland’s seatbelt laws c… Read More
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Maryland Cell Phone Laws

Maryland recently enacted a set of laws concerning cell phone use while driving. Every driver on the road is forbidden from talking or texting on a handheld phone while driving. Drivers with full, unrestricted licenses are permitted to use Bluetooth,… Read More
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