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August 2017 Archives

Baltimore dealing with multiple body cam 're-enactments'

Body cameras worn by police officers can help ensure that people accused of a crime aren't treated inappropriately by officers. They can also provide exculpatory evidence or at least call into question the evidence that is being used against a defendant.

Why your kids might not want things you intend to leave them

As baby boomers enter their senior years and prepare their wills, they often give great thought to which of their children will inherit their Gorham sterling silver place settings, Royal Doulton dinnerware, Ethan Allen furniture and porcelain statues -- not to mention the jewelry, memorabilia, record albums and heirlooms that you've always assumed you'd pass on to your children.

What happens when you die without a will in Maryland?

Many people put off putting an estate plan in place or even a simple will. They figure that they're too young, that they don't have enough assets to bother or that their family will take care of everything if you should pass away "intestate" -- without a will.

How accurate are Breathalyzers?

If you drink alcohol before getting behind the wheel and a police officer pulls you over and believes you are drunk, he or she will likely try to assess your level of impairment using a device called a Breathalyzer. Breathalyzers estimate your blood alcohol content, and if yours is above the legal limit, you may face a charge of driving under the influence.

Penalties for drugged driving in Maryland

Just as drinking alcohol before getting behind the wheel can hinder your ability to drive, smoking marijuana may do the same. Though recreational marijuana has become legal in a number of states, Maryland is not, to date, among them, and even states that have legalized cannabis for recreational purposes have laws against driving while under the influence of it.

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