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2402, 2014

Do I Go To Jail In All Criminal Cases

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An experienced Maryland criminal lawyer can create options other than jail with the help of his client and court related programs and services that are recognized by the courts as viable alternatives to incarceration. Jails are over crowed and not every defendant should be incarcerated.

The skill comes from the experienced attorney prior to the trial […]

2511, 2013

License Reinstatement Following A Suspension Or Revocation

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When you are convicted for a DUI or DWI, one of the penalties that you are likely to face is the suspension or revocation of your driver’s license. In order to gain back your ability to drive there will be certain stipulations. This will often be a time limit and once the time has passed […]

1510, 2013

Attorney Richard Miller Gains Certificate Of Training

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I, Attorney Richard Miller, recently received a certificate of training for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (LACP) DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Student Course. Those who complete this program successfully gain a better understanding of the process that law enforcement carries out when […]

108, 2013

Voluntary Vs Involuntary Manslaughter

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In Maryland a charge for manslaughter can lead to life altering consequences and talking to a Baltimore criminal defense attorney immediately is a crucial aspect in defending yourself against a conviction. Manslaughter charges involve the killing of another person. There are two types of manslaughter that exist and these are voluntary manslaughter and involuntary manslaughter. […]

803, 2012

New Gun Laws Make It Easier To Carry Gun In Maryland

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In a recent federal decision, Maryland has been making changes to their gun laws, loosening many of the current standards on who is able to own and hold a gun. The change was signed by U.S. District Judge Benson E. Legg. In the past Maryland has been much stricter with their laws, considered a high-regulation […]

702, 2012

Suspect Arrested For Maryland Violent Crimes And Sex Crimes

By |February 7th, 2012|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Suspect Arrested For Maryland Violent Crimes And Sex Crimes

Last month, a Maryland man was arrested in North Carolina and extradited back to his home state to face charges. He is suspected to be behind a number of burglaries in several different suburbs across the state. The 33-year-old Fort Washington native was said to inflict “fear and agony” into the neighborhoods he struck. One […]

202, 2012

Man Shot After Car Chase In Baltimore

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Last week, a man was shot after he stole a police car, threatened to shoot the officer, and then proceeded to embark on a lengthy police chase. It all started with a car was seen driving without their headlights on. When motioned to pull over, the car instead to refused to stop. As chases are […]

2904, 2010

Judges Have Different Role In DUI Cases

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Most of you out there probably thought that citizens accused of drunk driving were afforded the same constitutional rights as citizens accused of any other crime. Included in this, presumably, is the right to have a fair and impartial judge hearing your case.

Wrong. The “DUI Exception to the Constitution” applies to judges as well.

Consider the […]

401, 2010

DUI Your Rights

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You’ve been arrested for DUI, but it doesn’t mean that a conviction is automatic.
Do not allow the arresting officer, the prosecutor, or anyone else, pressure you into pleading guilty.

Often skilled police officers cajole a suspect into an admission or incriminating statement that may ultimately be the evidence that will get you convicted. The U.S. Constitution […]

401, 2010

Disputing DUI Field Test Results

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As an experienced DUI/DWI Defense Attorney, Richard Miller has experience disputing the Breathalyzer and field sobriety test results.
There are many ways to challenge evidence from the Breathalyzer and field sobriety tests. Richard Miller, a TOP DUI/DWI defense attorney, is able to effectively cross-examine the arresting officer’s testimony on the accuracy of the Breathalyzer’s and field […]