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September 2013 Archives

Baltimore arrest of parent protester at town-hall meeting

An arrest occurred at a town-hall meeting that is now being reviewed by a Baltimore police chief.  The individual arrested apparently began asking questions, but the questioning was brought to the end by a police officer.  Apparently questions were supposed to be submitted in writing before asking any questions.  However, since he did not ask the question in the appropriate manner he was then forcibly removed from the meeting.

Charges dismissed concerning man accused of assaulting an officer

Charges against an individual who was accused of punching an off-duty Maryland police officer have been apparently been dropped.  The man charged had been accused of reckless endangerment, second-degree assault and second-degree assault of a law enforcement officer. 

Conspiracy allegations result in seizure of airplane and property

An alleged drug conspiracy that supposedly centered on the Maryland area ultimately resulted in the seizure of an airplane worth $450,000 by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. Individuals supposedly involved in the drug ring were accused of selling marijuana in Maryland that was brought in by the airplane from out-of-state.

Breath Tests and DUI in Maryland

Should you take the breath test when you are the subject of a DUI investigation in Maryland?  This is a difficult question faced by most people arrested for DUI in Maryland.  As a DUI defense attorney practicing in Ocean City and Salisbury, Maryland, I often help clients deal with the consequences of this important decision.  Unfortunately, there is no black and white answer that applies to every situation.

Maryland woman charged in federal court with embezzlement

A Maryland woman was sentenced to two years of imprisonment followed by five years of supervised release for alleged embezzlement and income tax evasion.  This woman was also ordered to pay $144,908.33 to the bank for which she worked and $30,000 to the IRS.

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