Day: July 12, 2019

Drunk driving kills 28 people in the U.S. every single day. That’s one person per every 51 minutes. Data from the CDC shows that, in 2015, drunk driving was responsible for about 10,000 deaths, one-third of the total traffic-related deaths. It’s easy to see why law enforcement is so hard on drunk drivers. What should […]

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Save all documents concerning the charges. This includes any “charging document” whether it is called a citation, a summons, an arrest warrant, or statement of charges. Some of these are also in a narrative form listing the reasons a police officer filed the charges. Because criminal and traffic charges are based on statutes any missing […]

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In reality – anything can happen to anyone. Even law-abiding citizens can find themselves caught up in the wrong place at the wrong time. Fortunately, we live in a country where everyone is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Nevertheless, you need to be aware of your rights in every step […]

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The Maryland court system seeks to provide justice and equality while upholding the principles of the US Constitution. Everyone deserves a fair chance to argue their case, present evidence and witnesses, and have a jury of their peer judge their guilt or innocence. Whether you are a student or aspiring lawyer, you probably have a […]

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The Maryland Court System Briefly Outlined Nowadays, the average American dreads going to court. Companies usually assume that going to court will cost them hundreds of thousands of dollars in attorney’s fees, may take years to conclude, and the result will be less than favorable. However, with a better understanding of the different aspect of […]

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