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Monthly Archives: January 2019

Jan 29, 2019

Expungement in Maryland

By |January 29th, 2019|Criminal|0 Comments

Expungement is a process that allows you to petition the court for the removal of specific types of police and court records, shielding them from public view. In the state of Maryland, you can have your records expunged from court files, police files, and Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) files. There is a specific filing process to be followed with each agency. If you qualify for expungement in a particular case, those records will be protected [...]

Jan 15, 2019

Baltimore’s Homicide Rate Dips in 2018

By |January 15th, 2019|Criminal|0 Comments

Homicide rates in major cities across the U.S. appear to be on the decline this year after increasing over the last few years, according to a recent New York Times article. The report indicates that by the time statistics are available for the entire year, the murder rate should be about 4 to 5% lower across the nation, compared to 2017. According to the Times report, fewer homicides occur in the U.S. each year when [...]

Jan 8, 2019

Motor Vehicle Administration Hearings After a DWI/DUI Arrest

By |January 8th, 2019|DUI|0 Comments

Drivers who are charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI) face many penalties if convicted. They can be sentenced to jail or prison (depending on the type of charge), and be forced to pay substantial penalties and fines. Their insurance rates can increase, or their coverage can be cancelled. They can lose their security clearance, in some cases, too. One extra risk is that you will likely lose your driving privileges [...]

Jan 2, 2019

Legal Loopholes Allow Convicted DUI Drivers to Circumvent Ignition Interlock Law

By |January 2nd, 2019|DUI|0 Comments

The State. com reported in September 2018 that a South Carolina Law (called Emma’s Law) that was meant to help force DUI offenders to prove sobriety before they could drive has not worked as planned. The law requires that anyone convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol, whose blood alcohol content (BAC) level was .15 or more, should have to use an ignition interlock device, or IID. The IID analyzes the driver’s BAC and [...]

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