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Commercial Vehicles And Maryland DUIs

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Individuals need a specific license to operate a large vehicle for work. It is a requirement for the person to have a valid commercial driver’s license, commonly referred to as a CDL. This is a requirement because serious harm is possible when operating heavy, commercial vehicles, such as trailer trucks. Additionally, because of the… Read More »

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Preparing For An MVA Hearing After A DUI

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If you were pulled over and charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in Maryland, you may feel like your entire world has been shattered. There can be severe consequences when a person is found to have a blood alcohol content higher than .08 and faces a DUI arrest. Generally, if it is your… Read More »

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Consequences For Boating Under The Influence

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With so many waterways to enjoy, many Maryland residents and visitors enjoy boating. Either they own a boat of their own or relax on a friend’s boat when on vacation. For some, sipping a glass of chilled white wine or beer is part of the boating experience. While it is legal to responsibly enjoy… Read More »

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Questions To Ask An Attorney Following A DWI Charge

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The results of driving while intoxicated (DWI) can be disastrous. There are laws in place to protect the public from drunk drivers in Baltimore and around the country. DWI arrests are very serious charges. If you have been charged, you are likely overwhelmed by the emotional and financial impact of your arrest. It is… Read More »

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Prescription Medications Can Lead to a DUI

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It is common knowledge that you should not drive after drinking alcohol, but have you considered the impact of prescription medications on your ability to drive safely and responsibly? When people are impaired because of prescription medication, accidents are possible. To keep the roads of Baltimore and the Washington DC area safe, there are… Read More »

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What Not Do When Charged with a Baltimore DWI

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It is extremely stressful to be pulled over in Baltimore or Washington DC and accused of driving while intoxicated. As nervous as you might be, it is important to protect yourself and not make the situation worse. There are very tough consequences for a DWI in Maryland. Do not simply admit to things that… Read More »

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A Baltimore DWI and Your Credit Score

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A DWI, driving while intoxicated, can cause a lot of damage to your life, including impacting your credit score. While the charge itself does not show up on a credit report, a DWI has financial consequences that can cause problems for years to come. There are a multitude of reasons to do all you… Read More »

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Is There a Defense After a Failed Sobriety Test?

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When you fail a sobriety test, it could lead to a driving while intoxicated arrest. But there can be ways to move forward with a defense after a DWI charge. An experienced attorney will look over the circumstances of the test, how it was performed, and determine if there is a viable path to… Read More »

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Can I Lose My License Because of a Maryland DUI?

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There are many in Maryland and throughout the country that rely on driving to take care of errands and work every day of the week. If a person who drives regularly loses their license, it may be hard for them to move forward with day-to-day life. After a Maryland DUI, it is likely your… Read More »

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Can Auto-Brewery Syndrome Lead to a DUI?

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It may not sound realistic, but in some instances people ferment alcohol within their own bodies, all without drinking any alcohol at all. Auto-brewery syndrome is a rare condition, sometimes it is also referred to as gut fermentation syndrome. When this occurs, it is possible for an individual to be falsely accused of driving… Read More »

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