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Coronavirus Update from Baltimore's State Attorney

Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby ordered dismissals of pending criminal charges against people arrested for drug possession, attempted drug distribution, prostitution, trespassing, minor traffic offenses, open container, and urinating in public. The State's Attorney ...

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    • Coronavirus Update from Baltimore's State Attorney

      Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby ordered dismissals of pending criminal charges against people arrested for drug possession, attempted drug ...

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    • Maryland Justice Reinvestment Act

      Under Maryland's new Justice Reinvestment Act, effective October 1, 2017, if you are serving a minimum mandatory prison sentence without parole for a ...

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    • What Constitutes Illegal Search?

      The Fourth Amendment is where we look to understand what constitutes an illegal search by police. It states that people are to be secure from ...

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    • LEGAL HELP FOR MARYLAND PRISONERS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 PANDEMIC

      Maryland prisoners must be released during the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. The Coronavirus pandemic is a significant health threat for ...

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    • Is Violation of Parole Itself a Crime?

      Yes. Violation of parole is a violation of law, and therefore, it must be taken seriously. Many individuals released on parole slip up by not ...

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    • How Does Maryland's Sexual Offender Registry Work?

      Sex offense convictions are punished in a uniquely painful and shaming way. You are required to register in a sex offender. In addition to prison time ...

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    • Coronavirus Update from Baltimore's State Attorney

      Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby ordered dismissals of pending criminal charges against people arrested for drug possession, attempted drug ...

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    • Coronavirus Update for Criminal Defendants

      The MacDonald Law Office will be DISCOUNTING OUR RATES IN CRIMINAL CASES by 33% until May 17, 2020, and offering payment plans for the first time due ...

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    • LEGAL HELP FOR MARYLAND PRISONERS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 PANDEMIC

      Maryland prisoners must be released during the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. The Coronavirus pandemic is a significant health threat for ...

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    • Coronavirus Update from Baltimore's State Attorney

      Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby ordered dismissals of pending criminal charges against people arrested for drug possession, attempted drug ...

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    • Fatal Drug Overdoses Can Bring Serious Criminal Charges

      Prosecutors here in Maryland and throughout the country are working to do whatever they can to stem the opioid epidemic that takes too many lives each ...

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    • Why You Shouldn't Share Your Prescription Drugs

      In the pantheon of drug-related offenses, sharing your prescription medication with someone probably seems like an innocent thing to do. Whether it's ...

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    • DUIs in Maryland: FAQ

      A DUI is a serious charge and, if convicted, the consequences can impact your life from both a legal and personal standpoint. Many of us, ...

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    • DUIs in Maryland: FAQ

      A DUI is a serious charge and, if convicted, the consequences can impact your life from both a legal and personal standpoint. Many of us, ...

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    • DUIs in Maryland: FAQ

      A DUI is a serious charge and, if convicted, the consequences can impact your life from both a legal and personal standpoint. Many of us, ...

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    • DUIs in Maryland: FAQ

      A DUI is a serious charge and, if convicted, the consequences can impact your life from both a legal and personal standpoint. Many of us, ...

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    • Maryland Man Charged with DUI, Not Having Interlock Device

      Ignition interlock devices (IIDs) are a part of many Marylanders' lives. Under the Drunk Driving Reduction Act of 2016 ("Noah's Law") people convicted ...

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    • Why Breathalyzer Results Aren't Always Accurate

      Many Marylanders are arrested for DUI based, at least in part, on the results of a Breathalyzer test. These handheld tools use sensor technologies to ...

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    • DUIs in Maryland: FAQ

      A DUI is a serious charge and, if convicted, the consequences can impact your life from both a legal and personal standpoint. Many of us, ...

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    • Coronavirus update for Estate Planning

      During these uncertain times, you may be asking yourself what you can do to prepare. Now, more than ever, it is important to conduct calm, careful ...

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    • Is It Ok to Divide Your Estate Unevenly Among Your Adult Kids?

      In an ideal world, all of your children would be equally successful. However, that's rarely the case. For any number of reasons, some beyond a ...

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    • Why Your Pets Should Be Included in Your Estate Plan

      Many people these days are single or widowed and don't have any living family. Therefore, they see no reason to have an estate plan or even a simple ...

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    • DUIs in Maryland: FAQ

      A DUI is a serious charge and, if convicted, the consequences can impact your life from both a legal and personal standpoint. Many of us, ...

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    • Understanding Maryland's Gun Laws

      As a Maryland gun owner, you know that the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees your right to keep and bear arms. However, while gun ...

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    • Maryland Firearms Safety Act Case Scheduled for a Hearing

      The federal case challenging the constitutionality of the 2013 Maryland Firearms Safety Act is scheduled for a heairng in federal court in Baltimore ...

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    • DUIs in Maryland: FAQ

      A DUI is a serious charge and, if convicted, the consequences can impact your life from both a legal and personal standpoint. Many of us, ...

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    • DUIs in Maryland: FAQ

      A DUI is a serious charge and, if convicted, the consequences can impact your life from both a legal and personal standpoint. Many of us, ...

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    • DUIs in Maryland: FAQ

      A DUI is a serious charge and, if convicted, the consequences can impact your life from both a legal and personal standpoint. Many of us, ...

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    • DUIs in Maryland: FAQ

      A DUI is a serious charge and, if convicted, the consequences can impact your life from both a legal and personal standpoint. Many of us, ...

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    • Retroactive Application of Sex Offender Registration Reversed

      The Maryland Court of Appeals recently ruled that the retroactive application of Maryland's sex offender registration law violated the Maryland ...

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    • Plan Your Defense Carefully When You Are Facing Theft Charges

      Facing theft charges can affect almost every aspect of your life. In some cases, finding employment will be difficult with a theft arrest or ...

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    • Consequences for Shoplifting Can Be Serious

      While many may consider shoplifting to be a minor crime, individuals charged with the crime should take the situation seriously. This is because the ...

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    • When Your Child Is Caught Shoplifting

      It's a frightening thing to get a call from the police. "Your daughter Eve has been charged with shoplifting." Eve was at the mall with friends, and ...

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    • Coronavirus Update from Baltimore's State Attorney

      Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby ordered dismissals of pending criminal charges against people arrested for drug possession, attempted drug ...

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    • Driving with a Suspended License so You Can Work

      For some people, the fines and fees that come with traffic tickets can be a mere nuisance. On the other hand, if you are struggling to make ends meet, ...

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    • Can You Get in Trouble for Tailgating Another Driver?

      Tailgating, or following too closely, is a form of aggressive driving and can get you in trouble in Maryland. For example, you could receive a traffic ...

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    • Know Your Options for Assault and Battery Defenses

      Facing assault and battery charges is something that can affect your future. These charges are often considered violent, and they can prevent you from ...

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    • Second-Degree Murder Charges Deal with the Mental State

      In the previous blog post, we discussed the inmate who was charged with second-degree murder after his cellmate died after being found injured in ...

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    • Inmate Facing Murder Charge After Cellmate Dies of Trauma

      Violent crimes can happen anywhere -- even in prisons. One Maryland inmate is facing charges now that stem from allegations that he murdered his ...

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