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Monthly Archives: January 2019


How Does Maryland Regulate the Use of Handguns?

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Recognizing that a large number of violent crimes stem from the use of handguns, Maryland law regulates how a person can wear, carry or transport these firearms. These regulations are designed to preserve peace and tranquility throughout the state as well as protect public rights and liberties. Definition of a Handgun in Maryland The… Read More »

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Reporting Maryland Car Accidents that Result in Property Damage

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Across Maryland and the United States, car accidents are an unfortunately regular part of life. The worst car accidents result in physical injury to or even the death of a person. In less severe cases, however, the accident only results in property damage. Either way, Maryland law requires any drivers involved in an accident… Read More »

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What is the Standard for Nursing Home Abuse or Neglect in Maryland?

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When many people get older, they need the services of a nursing home to provide ongoing and specialized care. Given the reduced capacity of these residents, Maryland state law requires nursing homes to provide a high level of attention and care to their residents. If a nursing home abuses or neglects their residents, there… Read More »

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5 Post-Sentencing Notice Rights for Maryland Crime Victims

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After suffering harm or injury from criminal conduct, the crime victim is entitled to certain rights under Maryland state law. In addition to compensation for medical bills and lost wages, the victim can request certain notifications from the state — even after conviction and sentencing of the criminal offender. In order to qualify for… Read More »

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What is the Difference Between Wrongful Death & Survival Actions in Maryland?

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When a third party acts negligently and causes the death of another person, Maryland state law allows the deceased person’s family to file a wrongful death or survival action. In both cases, surviving family members file a lawsuit on behalf of their deceased loved one. But there are actually subtle differences between these two… Read More »

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Maryland Governor Appoints Former Executive to Workers’ Compensation Commission

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After losing his reelection bid, former Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman will continue to serve the State of Maryland in as a workers’ compensation commissioner, reported The Baltimore Sun. Governor Larry Hogan appointed Kittleman to the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission last month. According to a spokesperson from the Governor’s office, Kittleman will be responsible… Read More »

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What is the Meaning of Negligent Security in Maryland?

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Negligent security is a legal doctrine under Maryland law that allows a victim to sue a property owner for criminal activities occurring on the premises. An offshoot of premises liability, negligent security extends the duties of property owners to include foreseeable criminal activities. If the property owner does not provide adequate security measures to… Read More »

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Former Baltimore Cop Admits Police Misconduct to FBI

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A former Baltimore police officer confessed various incidents of police misconduct to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), reported The Baltimore Sun. The office in question admitted that he filed false police reports, committed theft and used electronic surveillance improperly. After leaving the Baltimore Police Department (BPD), the officer took a position with the… Read More »

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Police Misconduct and the Fourth Amendment

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Many police misconduct cases center on a violation of constitutional rights under the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Featured as part of the original Bill of Rights, the Fourth Amendment protects privacy rights by preventing unreasonable government interference in everyday life. In the law enforcement context, the Fourth Amendment sets the standard for… Read More »

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Overview of Premises Liability Claims in Maryland

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Premises liability is a type of personal injury claim that occurs between a property owner and an injured victim. In larger terms, Maryland law requires property owners to keep their properties in a generally safe condition. If the property is dangerous and a visitor gets hurt, then the owner may face a premises liability… Read More »

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