Maryland State Police Announce 4th of July Enforcement

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Maryland State Police Press Release 07/03/2014 11:11

Maryland State Police Announce 4th of July Enforcement

Reprint from Maryland State Police Press Release

PIKESVILLE, MD) – On this Fourth of July weekend, troopers will be looking for distracted, aggressive and impaired drivers as well as dangerous road conditions due to the pending storm.

Each of the 22 state police installations will have additional troopers on patrol conducting traffic enforcement. These initiatives will include DUI saturation patrols, speed enforcement as well as focusing on aggressive and distracted driving.

Troopers will also be on guard for any flooding or hazardous road conditions caused by the storm. Drivers are reminded strong winds and heavy rains can lead to standing water and cause power outages, leaving traffic lights not functioning properly.

The Fourth of July is a favorite holiday for many Americans. Families and friends gather to celebrate our country with food, parades, parties, and fireworks. For many people, the celebration includes alcohol, but the holiday quickly goes from festive to fatal when people choose to drive after drinking or drive aggressively.

DUI and DWI charges are serious offenses in Maryland.  A conviction for DUI or DWI can haunt you for the rest of your life.  If you are charged with driving while under the influence or driving while impaired by the Maryland State Police during the 4th of July weekend, contact the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC for immediate legal help. (410) 694-7291.  The Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, is a Maryland DUI, DWI defense law firm and their attorneys can help resolve your DUI and DWI charges with the best possible outcome.  Don’t risk your future and your license, call an experienced attorney.

Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, – (410) 694-7291

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