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Is Imprisonment My Only Option if Convicted of Possession of Illegal Drugs?

Maryland law tries to focus on drug addiction solutions in an effort to reduce the number of drug-related crimes. An experienced drug crime attorney can help determine if the courts find you a good candidate for a drug treatment program, and negotiate a plea agreement that can help you move toward a brighter future. The… Read More »

How Can an Attorney Defend Against High Blood Alcohol Test Results?

If your blood alcohol content (BAC) tests beyond the legal limit, you may feel that you have no defense from severe penalties. However, an experienced defense lawyer has a number of ways to refute the evidence against you. And, if you have an otherwise clean driving record, your attorney can often negotiate a plea agreement… Read More »

Why Are Miranda Rights Important After an Arrest?

When police place you under arrest for a crime, they immediately begin a process of collecting evidence to prove your guilt. However, the law does not require you to assist them in developing a case against you. Even innocent people may say things that make them sound guilty, and those words can follow them to… Read More »

Do DUI Laws Ever Change in Maryland?

As technology and other aspects of life change, laws must change, too. State legislatures look at existing data to help identify outdated laws, as well as those no longer protect the public. Since drunk driving in Maryland continues to be a serious threat to public safety, the legislature remains vigilant for changes they need to… Read More »

If I Have a Job, Can I Still File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Many individuals turn to credit as a short-term solution to pay daily expenses after a layoff leaves them searching for new employment. Unfortunately, even if they find employment, it may not pay enough to cover current expenses and repay mounting debt. Although new laws added certain restrictions, you may still qualify to file for Chapter… Read More »

Can I Stop Foreclosure on My Maryland Home without Filing Bankruptcy?

The primary method for stopping foreclosure of a home involves finding ways to bring back mortgage payments current and continue making regular payments from that point forward. Depending on the specifics of your financial situation, you have a number of options for keeping your home. However, you need to work with an experienced bankruptcy attorney… Read More »

Do I Need a Lawyer if I Face Misdemeanor Criminal Charges?

Even though Maryland law views misdemeanor crimes as less serious than felony crimes, anyone convicted of a misdemeanor offense faces potentially severe penalties, including fines and prison time. If police arrest you for any misdemeanor charge, you need to immediately take advantage of your Miranda rights by stating your intention to remain silent — and… Read More »

Can Maryland Police Search Me for Drugs Without a Warrant?

In many cases, your Constitutional rights can protect you from a search of your person, vehicle or home by police. However, police can conduct a search under specific circumstances. If police place you under arrest on any type of drug charges, always be prepared to fully describe the entire arrest process to an experienced Maryland… Read More »

When Does Filing Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Make Sense?

Individuals facing more debt than they can handle often attempt to negotiate with lenders to change the terms of loans and avoid filing bankruptcy. While this approach can represent a viable first step, particularly when you face only a few credit issues, it may not provide the comprehensive solution you need for debt that is… Read More »

What Options Do I Have for Filing Bankruptcy?

The available options for filing bankruptcy largely depend on your overall financial status, but your desired outcome also can play a role in your choice. Individuals with little or no income may qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, which represents the quickest and simplest type of filing. However, many people seek a way to move forward… Read More »