Criminal Defense Blogs

Can I Sue Someone for Recording Me Without My Permission in Maryland?

In Maryland, the Wiretap Act makes it illegal to record someone without their knowledge. As such, a person has legal grounds to sue someone who records them without permission. However, anyone who wishes to go forward with a lawsuit will need to have proof that another person recorded them without their knowledge. This blog discusses […]

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What Is the Difference Between Burglary, Theft, and Robbery?

Some reports fail to see the difference between burglary and robbery and end up using them interchangeably. Although it’s understandable — because burglary and robbery are both crimes with theft involved — they mean different things. Generally, the difference revolves around how the criminal steals. Here’s a closer look at each kind of crime. What […]

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What You Should Know About DUI’s and Ignition Interlock Devices

If you’re facing a conviction of a DUI/DWI, you need a highly experienced legal team to advocate for the best possible resolution. Now, more than ever, defendants face penalties that include having an Ignition Interlock Device installed within their vehicle. The use of an Ignition Interlock Device, also known as an IID, is similar to […]

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