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Teenage Girl is Yet Another Crime Victim of Baltimore Gun Violence

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A December shooting in downtown Baltimore added two more crime victims to the city’s yearly total, including a 13-year-old girl and her 38-year-old family member, reported The Baltimore Sun. The incident in question occurred in the evening of December 9, 2018. At that point, the teenage girl and the family member were in a… 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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5 Different Compensation Sources for Maryland Crime Victims

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In many criminal cases, the perpetrator often leaves behind a trail of crime victims. The perpetrator’s unlawful acts could result in physical injury or property damage, without any regard to the welfare of others. Admittedly, there are severe criminal penalties to deter such destructive behavior. But a criminal fine or even a prison sentence… Read More »

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Workplace Shooting in Maryland Claims 7 Crime Victims

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In Harford County, Maryland, a workplace shooting claimed seven crime victims and left four people dead, reported The Baltimore Sun. The shooter was a temp worker who concluded the rampage by killing herself. This workplace shooting occurred on September 20th at approximately 9 a.m. That is when the 26-year-old shooter entered her employer’s distribution… 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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