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How Does Maryland Address Marijuana Possession and Use?

By Iamele & Iamele, LLP |

As U.S. states continue to legalize marijuana for medical and even recreational use, the conversation around drug crimes is evolving accordingly. Whereas it was once largely unlawful to possess or use marijuana, Maryland and many other states have authorized medical marijuana. In certain places, it is completely lawful to possess and use marijuana for… Read More »

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Reckless Driving Leads to DUI & DWI Charges for Maryland Woman

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A 46-year-old woman from California, Maryland, faces criminal charges for DUI/DWI and other traffic offenses after smashing into another vehicle on Route 235, according to an article by Southern Maryland News Net. At approximately 3 p.m. on February 25th, 2019, Maryland State Police troopers responded to this car accident. Those state troopers discovered that… Read More »

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Analyzing Maryland Workers’ Compensation Benefits for Permanent Disability

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When a covered employee suffers a qualifying injury arising out of employment, Maryland Workers’ compensation provide an avenue for financial compensation and other benefits. In certain cases, the work-related accident can even result in temporary or permanent disability. Though the benefits available under Maryland law do change based on the type of disability. On… Read More »

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Maryland High Court to Review Parental Immunity for Wrongful Death

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The Court of Appeals of Maryland has decided to review whether parents are immune from wrongful death lawsuits concerning their children, according to an article by The Daily Record. Referred to as the doctrine of parent-child immunity, Maryland law prohibits children from suing their parents in most circumstances. In terms of factual background, this… Read More »

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Actual vs. Constructive Notice in Maryland Premises Liability Cases

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When there is a slip and fall at a store or similar business, premises liability enables the injured customer to recover from the business owner. In order to prove a claim of premises liability, the injured party must show that the store or business owner had actual or constructive notice concerning the dangerous condition…. Read More »

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Maryland Requirements for the Investigation of Police Brutality

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Maryland state law has specific requirements in place for the investigation of alleged incidents of police brutality. In any situation where the alleged offender could face termination or other disciplinary action, the corresponding investigation must occur in accordance with Maryland Code of Public Safety Section 3-104. Complaint In order to trigger a police brutality… Read More »

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Arbitration of Medical Malpractice in Maryland

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Medical malpractice occurs when a health care provider, such as a doctor or physician, injures a patient. If the health care provider deviated from the normally accepted standards of care within the medical community, then the injured patient may be able to recover damages. Under Maryland law, there is an arbitration process in place… Read More »

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Baltimore Crime Victim on Life Support After Hospital Shooting

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A 24-year-old Baltimore crime victim is on life support with critical injuries after a shooting at the University of Maryland Medical Center, reported The Baltimore Sun. The authorities have not yet identified the victim but reported that he is in stable condition for the time being. This act of violence occurred at approximately 7… Read More »

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How Does Maryland Differentiate Between Various Assault Crimes?

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The crime of assault in Maryland come into play when a perpetrator violates the personal safety or bodily integrity of a victim. It is also possible for verbal threats to rise to the level of an assault crime, especially if the victim fears imminent danger. That being said, there are several different types of… Read More »

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What is the Penalty Structure for Traffic Offenses in Maryland?

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In the aftermath of a car or truck accident in Maryland, the authorities will begin an immediate investigation to determine whether a traffic offense occurred. If the driver who caused the accident violated any traffic regulations under Maryland law, then there is a definite possibility of criminal or civil penalties, including monetary fines and… Read More »

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