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Felonies vs. Misdemeanors in Maryland Law

Felonies vs. Misdemeanors in Maryland Law

Do you know how Maryland state law defines misdemeanors and felonies? If you’re like most people, you may understand that misdemeanors are considered “lesser” offenses, but that doesn’t mean they necessarily carry lighter punishments. Even when they do, the consequences of a misdemeanor can impact your life for years to come. When looking for a … Read more

Protective Orders and Domestic Violence

This write-up contains delicate subject matter and involves legal information pertaining to domestic violence and sexual assault, so please be aware if you are senstive to either of those subjects. This article will go over protective orders, domestic violence and similar subjects pertaining to the law in Maryland. If you need this information for another … Read more

Top Defense Strategies in DUI Cases

Driving under the influence has the potential to impact numerous lives, so it’s not surprising that law enforcement uses multiple tactics to charge those they suspect of being inebriated behind the wheel. Even if you weren’t under the influence and are eventually found not guilty, you can still find yourself spending a lot of money … Read more

What You Need to Know About Maryland DUI law


The state of Maryland prohibits drinking and driving and considers it to be a misdemeanor crime. If you are stopped while under the influence, you may be arrested, fined, and/or sentenced to time in jail.  Knowing your rights and how the law works is very important. No matter who you are or what your story, … Read more

What does Maryland law consider disorderly conduct?

What does Maryland law consider disorderly conduct?

Disorderly Conduct is a broad term and each state can have their own way of defining and acting when it comes to being charged. This article will explain and go into specifics about what disorderly conduct means when it comes to Maryland state law, go through the violations that can be seen as disorderly conduct, … Read more