Does Maryland Allow Procedural Defenses In Court?

Posted on: August 3, 2022
There are a variety of different ways an attorney might defend you after being arrested for a crime. They may argue that you’re actually innocent, or that you committed the crime in self-defense. Or, they may suggest that inappropriate actions by police or lab technicians resulted in tainted evidence that cannot be used against you. [Read More]

Will Getting Into a Boating Accident Affect My Driving License?

Posted on: July 3, 2022
Have you been arrested for operating a boating accident under the influence of alcohol or drugs? If you have, you could face severe consequences and your driver’s license may be affected. Continue reading to better understand your rights when you are arrested for Boating Under the Influence (BUI). What is Boating Under the Influence (BUI)? [Read More]

Will I Have to Go to a MADD Victim Panel For My DWI?

Posted on: April 20, 2022
DUI Defense Attorney
Some people who are found guilty of a DWI may be required to attend a VIP or a Victim Impact Panel. This is a special meeting where the defendant must listen to the testimony of drunk driving victims or the testimonies of their loved ones about how a choice to drive drunk changed their life [Read More]

Will My Teaching Job Be Affected By a DWI?

Posted on: March 29, 2022
Criminal Defense & DWI Lawyer
Teachers are often seen as altruistic, benevolent figures with little to no lives outside of their role in the education and development of other people’s children. Cutting loose on the weekend however could have significant and detrimental impact on teachers who are accused of drinking and driving, whether or not that charge is based on [Read More]

How Can I Repair My Life After a Drunk Driving Arrest?

Posted on: February 26, 2022
Criminal Defense & DWI Lawyer
If you were charged with drunk driving, you may be scared of the consequences that might be ahead. Fortunately, you can take action to help repair your life after a DWI arrest. Here’s what to do and how you can reach out for help after being arrested for drinking and driving. Sign Up for Counseling [Read More]

When Do Federal Authorities Step In for Driving While Intoxicated? 

Posted on: January 31, 2022
Federal DUI Laws If you are arrested for drinking and driving on federal property, like a national park or a post office, you will face a different set of penalties than if you were charged with a state crime. It’s important to understand the differences so you can make informed decisions about your case. Read [Read More]

What Should I Expect Immediately After a DWI Arrest? 

Posted on: December 12, 2021
Drunk Driving Arrest in Ocean City
What Should I Expect Immediately After a DWI Arrest?    Being arrested for any crime, especially when you may not be fully in your right mind, is terrifying. Here’s what to expect after a DWI arrest and how to get help.  You May Be Taken to the Hospital  If you were in a car accident [Read More]

Can a Maryland Ignition Interlock Device (IID) Be Beneficial?

Posted on: November 20, 2021
DUI Defense Attorney
When a law enforcement officer charges someone in Maryland for operating under the influence (OUI), the apprehended driver may face serious penalties and perhaps even time in jail. More common, however, is a suspension of the offender’s driver’s license. It may be a sensible policy choice to keep people off the road if they have [Read More]

Driving Under The Influence Of Marijuana

Posted on: October 30, 2021
Is Driving After Smoking Marijuana Legal?  Most people understand the fact that cannabis is not the same as alcohol when it comes to intoxication. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean that people who use marijuana are safe to drive.  Since cannabis legalization is still relatively new, the laws surrounding usage before driving and how much is [Read More]

Can I Win My DWI Case Before Going to Court?

Posted on: September 21, 2021
During the time period between your DWI arrest and the date of your trial, there are many steps that need to be taken to prepare your case for court. Some of these steps may even result in you winning your case before ever stepping foot in a courtroom.  Every new DWI defendant contacts their attorney [Read More]