DUI Jury Trial in Maryland. Should you take your DUI to a jury?
May 19, 2022
If you've been charged with a first, second, third, or forth DUI in Maryland, you may be considering a jury trial. This article is designed to take you through our [...]
Preliminary Hearings in Maryland, What is a preliminary hearing?
May 13, 2022
Multiple counts of the same charges in Maryland
May 3, 2022
If you or a loved one have received multiple counts of the same charges in Maryland, you might be wondering why. Criminal law can be confusing, especiall [...]
CDS Poss w int to Dist, PWID and Distribution Charges in Maryland
April 28, 2022
If you, or a family member, has was recently arrested on drug charges, you may be curious as to what they are char [...]
Criminal Charges for having a gun in my car in Maryland.
April 18, 2022
If you have been charged with a criminal case for having a gun your car, you may have many different questions. Should I hire a lawyer? What am I charged with? [...]
How to beat a Speeding Ticket in Maryland
April 11, 2022
Robbery vs Burglary vs Theft in Maryland
April 5, 2022
Criminal Lawyers are often asked, what is the difference between Burglary, robbery, and theft, as these terms are often used interchangeably in television, movies, and by non-lawyers. Th [...]
What to look for in a Juvenile Criminal Defense Lawyer
March 25, 2022
If your child was just charged with a crime in Maryland, it's important to find a qualified juvenile defense att [...]
How much will a DUI Lawyer Cost in Maryland? Read more here.
March 18, 2022
A question many potential clients ask is - how much does a Driving under the influence, or "DUI" lawyer cost? What other DUI costs can I expect associated with my DUI case? Thi [...]
Nolle Pros Explained - the meaning of a Nolle Pros, or Nolle Prosequi
March 15, 2022
A commonly asked question is the definition of "Nolle Pros". This legal shorthand for nolle prosequi is often used in Court by a States Attorney, or other prosecuting authority who wishes to dismiss a case. Although it may seem strange, a prosecutor needs only to say this p [...]