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Category Archives: Criminal Law


Self-Defense In Your Home And In Public Spaces

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In the state of Maryland, individuals have the right to use force to defend themselves, others, or their property under certain circumstances. Yet it is important to note that the use of force must be reasonable and proportionate to the threat faced. If you have engaged in an act of self-defense, understanding if your… Read More »

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How A Baltimore Criminal Lawyer Can Help Habitual Offenders

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Facing criminal charges is not something anyone looks forward to, but for individuals with prior convictions on their record, the stakes are even higher. In the state of Maryland, habitual offenders encounter unique challenges and cope with increased penalties in the event of a conviction. If you are a repeat offender who has been… Read More »

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How Digital Evidence May Support Your Case

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With technology integral to daily life, digital evidence has become a critical component in many criminal cases. A wide range of electronic data, including text messages, emails, social media posts, phone records, surveillance footage, and GPS tracking data can be used as evidence in criminal cases. To learn about how digital data could pay… Read More »

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Different Types Of Healthcare Fraud

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The American healthcare system is large and complex. While there are many who are working diligently to lawfully connect people with the care they need through their insurance plans, there are unfortunately other situations involving bad actors and insurance fraud. The state of Maryland takes healthcare fraud seriously, it undermines the integrity of the… Read More »

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Maryland White Collar Crimes And Building A Strong Defense

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White collar crimes are a specific category of offenses, and these crimes are associated with non-violent, financially-motivated crimes that are committed by professionals, often in business and government environments. If you believe someone in your workplace suspects you of a white collar offense or you are already facing white collar charges in the state… Read More »

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What Are Enhanced Drug Charges?

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An array of serious consequences are possible when an individual is arrested on drug charges in the state of Maryland. Some of the possible penalties include financial fines, jail time, and the convicted party having to navigate a life with a criminal record. And when drug charges are enhanced, penalties can escalate. To understand… Read More »

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Should I Request A MD Public Defender?

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There are hundreds of public defenders in Maryland. These lawyers work for the government and provide legal representation to individuals in a variety of courts, including circuit courts, district courts, juvenile courts, and other hearings and cases. They provide a very important service to the people of Maryland, protecting the rights of individuals who… Read More »

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Justice For Maryland Crimes And Downward Departures

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When a judge is sentencing a person for a crime, it should be done as an act of achieving justice. Sometimes, a person is facing a criminal consequence that is far harsher than the crime committed would warrant. In these situations, a Maryland judge may pursue a downward departure, a way for them to… Read More »

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Baltimore Workers And Employment Theft

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One element of the employer-employee relationship is trust. Often workers are tasked with handling cash, transactions, or corporate accounts in order to do their jobs. This is true of retail workers, accountant managers, and people in leadership positions, including chief financial officers. A well-run Maryland business will have rules in place regarding company funds…. Read More »

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Technical And Non-Technical Probation Violations

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Many people who are offered the possibility of probation find it to be an attractive option. After all, if you are facing time in jail, probation may be a way to spend less time incarcerated or avoiding jail completely. But, if you are on probation, it is essential that you do not violate the… Read More »

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