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Monthly Archives: October 2018


Baltimore Police Officer Terminated for Drinking On Duty

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The Baltimore Police Department (BPD) terminated a rookie officer for police misconduct that involved drinking while on duty, reported NBC affiliate WBAL-TV. After his arrest, the officer registered a blood-alcohol concentration (BAC) that was well above the legal limit. This incident traces back to Tuesday, October 2, 2018. On that day, several witnesses noticed… Read More »

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What is the Difference Between DUI & DWI in Maryland?

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Drunk driving is a serious problem in Maryland and across the United States. That is why Maryland prohibits anyone from driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or driving while impaired (DWI) by alcohol or drugs. Even though these offenses are similar, there are subtle differences between Maryland laws and penalties for DUI and… Read More »

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Gross Weight Restrictions for Commercial Vehicles in Maryland

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In order to minimize the chance of truck accidents and similar incidents, the State of Maryland imposes certain restrictions on the gross weight of commercial vehicles. By regulating the weight of commercial vehicles, the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (the Administration) can help ensure safe public highways for all drivers within the state. Registration Based… Read More »

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How Does Maryland Define Medical Malpractice Laws, Limits and Damages?

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The laws governing medical malpractice exist at the state level. This means that the definition of medical malpractice varies from state to state. In Maryland, specifically, medical malpractice is a type of personal injury claim. Furthermore, Maryland law imposes certain time limits and damages caps for medical malpractice claims. What Qualifies as a Medical… Read More »

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Constitutional and Statutory Rights for Crime Victims in Maryland

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There are a number of constitutional and statutory rights available to crime victims in Maryland. Whether these rights appear in the Maryland Constitution or statutory law, crime victims should be aware of their rights. Otherwise, they may not understand how to exercise all of their powers under the law. Constitutional Rights Crime Victims Under… Read More »

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The Appeals Process for Maryland Workers’ Compensation Claims

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Workers’ compensation is a legal system that helps workers receive benefits for job-related injuries. In order to apply for workers’ compensation benefits, the injured worker must submit a request to the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission (the Commission). The Commission reviews each request and decides which benefits to award, if any. If the injured worker… Read More »

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Wrongful Death Possible in Maryland Football Player’s Demise

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The prospect of a wrongful death lawsuit looms large in the aftermath of a Maryland University football player’s demise from heatstroke, reported The Baltimore Sun. On May 29th, the 19-year-old football player was participating in preseason practices with his teammates. He struggled to finish a set of conditioning drills consisting of 10 long sprints…. Read More »

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Rotten Banana Peel Leads to $230k Jury Award in Maryland

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Almost five years after slipping on a rotten banana peel in a store parking lot, a Maryland woman was awarded approximately $230,000 in her premises liability case, reported the Daily Record. This slip and fall incident occurred in December 2013 at a convenience store in Lexington Park, Maryland. The woman was leaving the store… Read More »

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Baltimore Civilian Review Board Subpoenas Police for Misconduct Records

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The Civilian Review Board (the Board) voted unanimously to subpoena 19 case records from the Baltimore Police Department (the Department) concerning potential police misconduct and abuse, reported The Baltimore Sun. Without these files, the Board will be unable to carry out its missing of investigating allegations of police misconduct. This is the latest development… Read More »

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