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Can You Sue for Injuries Caused by an Assault in Baltimore?

Assaults and other violent crimes spiked after 2015 in Baltimore. People charged with violent crimes can expect to face criminal sanctions. However, you can also sue for injuries caused by an assault in Baltimore. Enduring an assault or a battery is often a terrible...

Will Textalyzers Be Used To Find Distracted Drivers in Maryland?

We are all familiar with Breathalyzer devices used by police to find out if motorists were drinking and driving. However, new a new machine that tests for texting at the wheel has made headlines in recent months, sparking a civil liberties debate over the use of...

Second Degree Assault Laws in Maryland Explained

Second-degree assault is one of the most commonly charged offenses in Maryland. Almost any confrontation that turns physical without resulting in serious bodily harm can be charged as second-degree assault. Domestic violence scenarios are the most common types of...

What Causes an Arrest in Maryland?

WHAT IS THE ARREST PROCESS? When a person is placed under arrest, a criminal case begins. To be “under arrest” means that you are in police custody. An arrest is simply the exercise of police authority over a person. An arrest DOES NOT depend on the use of handcuffs...

What Happens at a Bail Review Hearing in Maryland

If you’re arrested in Maryland it is likely that you may appear for a bail review if a commissioner denies you bail. After arrest, you are taken before a commissioner. The commissioner will determine if you should be released or if you should be held until a bail...

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