If you’ve just gotten into a car accident, no one would be surprised if you were stressed. After all, car accidents can be a very tense time, especially if you don’t know what to do. But as long as you follow the necessary and legal steps, you don’t have anything to worry about. This includes… Continue reading Is Sharing Car Insurance Information Necessary After an Accident?
The specifics of what exactly determines whether an incident qualifies as public intoxication or not can vary widely from state to state. But if you’re living in or visiting Maryland, it’s important to understand the exact definition of public intoxication. This will ensure you stay in compliance with the law. LAWS REGARDING PUBLIC INTOXICATION Maryland… Continue reading WHAT CONSTITUTES PUBLIC INTOXICATION IN MARYLAND?
With any type of business partnership, there are going to be disagreements. It’s a natural part of a partnership, but sometimes these disagreements are not always resolved and can fester. This is actually more common today than you may think. Today, about 80% of business partnerships end with the partners going separate ways, especially when… Continue reading How to Navigate a Business Partnership Dispute
The holidays are upon us, and with the happiest season of the year comes family, friends, gifts, traditions, and happy memories. However, the holidays also see an increase in certain types of crime. Ensure you and your family are protected against these common crimes to avoid having your holidays sullied by an unfortunate experience. 1.… Continue reading 5 Holiday Crimes & How to Prevent Them
Whether you have an existing criminal record or are being arrested for a first offense, the fact remains: being arrested by a police officer is nerve-wracking. Even if you have not committed a crime, anyone’s first instinct would be to resist, fight back, or flee. This is a natural human response. Unfortunately, using force to… Continue reading What to Know about Resisting Arrest
If you’ve been pulled over while driving, you may be asked to take a breathalyzer test. A Preliminary Breath Test, or PBT, is a common, portable method that police officers use to test the amount of alcohol in a person’s blood. This can tell police whether you are driving with more than the legal limit… Continue reading What Happens If You Refuse to Take a Breathalyzer Test in Maryland?
Most people can avoid having their driver’s license suspended or revoked by driving safely and obeying all local laws. However, if an individual commits certain traffic or legal offenses, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) can suspend or revoke their driver’s license. This means that the license is no longer valid, and it is illegal… Continue reading Suspended vs. Revoked Driver’s License
With the evolving state of marijuana legalization in Maryland, it’s important to know when marijuana use is considered a crime and what level of charges you can face for certain levels of possession and activity. Maryland passed a law in 2014 that allowed registered patients the ability to access medical-grade marijuana from dispensaries with a… Continue reading When is Marijuana Possession a Crime in Maryland?
Being charged with assault, even if it is only a misdemeanor, is a serious matter. If it’s your first time being charged with assault, you may not know what to expect or what you should do. But what if you knew what assault was, but weren’t acting intentionally? Would you still be charged with assault?… Continue reading What Happens If You’ve Been Charged with Assault?
Life can be unfair. If you or your loved one suffers injury or death due to the negligence of another, we want to right that wrong and bring some comfort to you. If you are thinking of filing a personal injury case, here are some things you should know. 1. Car Accidents are Not the… Continue reading What You Should Know about Filing a Personal Injury Lawsuit