Can Prescription Medications Result in a DUI?

Posted on: January 19, 2020
Maryland DUI Involving Other Substances Driving under the influence in Maryland is typically thought to be the result of alcohol consumption, however, DUI charges can apply to multiple substances. This includes illegal drugs like methamphetamine as well as prescription medication. Can you be arrested for DUI if you were prescribed the medication by a doctor? [Read More]

Can I Be Charged with DWI If I Wasn’t Drinking?

Posted on: December 7, 2019
Being pulled over is always a nerve-wracking experience, even if you’ve done nothing wrong You expect to be given a warning or perhaps a speeding ticket and sent on your way, but much to your surprise, the officer asks you to take a breathalyzer and arrests you for DWI. Can you be charged even though [Read More]

Can You Cheat on a Breathalyzer Test?

Posted on: November 6, 2019
Is It Possible To Trick A Breathalyzer? Since breathalyzers were introduced as a means to detect blood alcohol concentration, people have been looking for ways to fool them. Is it possible to trick a breathalyzer device? Here’s what you need to know if you get stopped for a DWI in Maryland. Mouthwashes and Gargles Myth: [Read More]

What Do Police Officers Look for When They Pull You Over?

Posted on: October 31, 2019
Be prepared in case of a traffic stop by learning what police officers look for when they stop someone’s vehicle, especially if they suspect a DWI. Here’s what police are trained to notice: Erratic Behavior When Pulling Over Don’t swerve your vehicle, slow down dramatically, speed up, or display any kind of alarming behavior when [Read More]

Can Your Prescription Drugs Get You Arrested for a DUI in Maryland?

Posted on: August 30, 2019
When your doctor prescribes medication, you assume that it’s perfectly safe and legal to do so and resume your normal daily activities — including driving. But can taking a drug prescribed by your doctor get you in trouble if you get behind the wheel of a car? Here’s what you need to know. What Is [Read More]

What Happens During a DWI Arrest in Maryland?

Posted on: July 20, 2019
A DWI arrest can be frightening. Learn what to expect when you’re arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated in Maryland and what you can do to protect your rights. A Search of Your Person During A DWI If you are under arrest, the officer will ask you to step out of your vehicle and [Read More]

How Can You Argue Self Defense After Being Charged with Domestic Violence?

Posted on: June 25, 2019
Charged with domestic violence after defending yourself from an attack? Here’s a rundown of what evidence may be able to prove a case of self-defense and how you can get legal help after being arrested for domestic abuse. The Alleged Victim Admitted to Violence in the Police Report If the alleged victim admitted to the [Read More]

How Can Prosecutors Prove Domestic Violence?

Posted on: May 23, 2019
Charged with domestic violence? You may be wondering how prosecutors will build their case against you and what evidence they can use. Here’s what you should know about how prosecutors can prove that domestic violence occurred and how you can get legal help after being arrested for abuse. Photographic Evidence One of the most persuasive [Read More]

Did the Police Illegally Search Your Property When You Were Arrested?

Posted on: April 29, 2019
Attorney For Illegal Police Search
If the police searched your personal property such as your vehicle or home before arresting you, it’s important to determine if this was done legally. This is especially true if the police seized evidence against you. Here’s what you need to know about search and seizure law and what to do if you were arrested [Read More]

How Do I Fight a DUI Blood Test?

Posted on: April 1, 2019
Attorney For DWI In Ocean City, MD
What You Need To Know About A DUI Blood Test If you’ve been arrested for drinking and driving, you may have been asked to submit to a DUI blood test. If you were in an accident and were unconscious when you were taken to the hospital, there’s a good chance that the nurses who took [Read More]