answered on Jul 18, 2022
He should make the rest of the payments as directed by the court to avoid potential issues.
answered on Jun 3, 2022
4th Amendment law is one of the most fact-dependent areas of law known. It's not possible to answer your question on the information provided. Can police bring a dog into your unit without consent, a warrant or an exception? No. Can they have a dog in a public area/common area of a larger... Read more »
answered on May 12, 2022
If you have been charged in Baltimore City, you should see if you are eligible for Veteran's Court.
answered on Feb 23, 2022
You will need to speak with a lawyer. Discuss this with your parents and have them retain counsel for you. Whether you will go to jail depends whether or are charged as a juvenile or an adult, the type of weapon involved, the facts, possible defenses, the judge, and other factors.
can you file criminal charges against a police officer for false arrest - - false imprisonment
answered on Dec 10, 2021
Theoretically you could file criminal charges for a false arrest, but it would be a long uphill battle to show an Officer intentionally made a false arrest resulting in malfeasance or misfeasance. If you believe the Officer had no reasonable grounds to place you under arrest, you should seek... Read more »
answered on Nov 17, 2021
Any answer is fact dependent. If you are facing a 2d degree murder charge, stop asking questions on a public forum and get a lawyer ASAP. Only a thorough review of the evidence in private will provide you with any useful information. If this is some academic question, then you'll need to do... Read more »
answered on Aug 12, 2021
(1) the prohibition only applies to "disqualifying felonies" -- so that needs to be addressed first, but assuming you have a disqualifying felony, then
(2) Maryland's prohibition bars a convicted felon from posessing either a "regulated firearm" (handgun or one... Read more »
Can You Contact A Court Or Judge Regarding A False Arrest. That You Have/ Had A Court Trial For After 10 Year Upon Conviction. To Have It Dismissed. You Just Write/ Email Evidents Regarding??
answered on Aug 1, 2021
No. You should contact a local Attorney for assistance. Many lawyers offer free consultations for such matters and you should consider speaking with an attorney about your options. Good luck!
I haven't received any paperwork from my local sheriff's department, but there have been 4 new "Sheriffs Returns" documents on my case since March of 2021.
& I have a tracking number for DNA that was collected. When I use the tracking number to see if it has been... Read more »
answered on Mar 10, 2021
If you have a lawyer, ask him or her since that's what they are for, and stop posting on a public forum that may result in you incriminating yourself. If you do not have a lawyer, hire one (or apply to the Public Defender if you qualify). Your lawyer can obtain all such information through... Read more »
the guilty conviction, or 15 years since completion of the sentence?
Another question, If I have a PACER account; will I be able to access any court documents that are posted on case-search? For example, A "Sherrif's Return" document?
What does "Sheriff Return" mean?
answered on Feb 6, 2021
PACER only provides access to federal court dockets. For Maryland court records, you cannot access any actual court documents through the online Judiciary Case Search System. For Internet access to pleadings in Maryland, you need to register with Maryland Court E-File... Read more »
I read this, but request definition clarification, please:
§ 13-214. Prohibitions
(a) Except for the units of the organized militia and the troops of the United States, a body of persons may not associate as a military company or organization or parade in public as a military... Read more »
answered on Dec 8, 2020
Maryland law defines two legal types of militia under the Public Safety Article 13-202. ALL other bodies of persons organized as a military company or organization are prohibited from acting in violation of the provisions you have cited to n 13-204. That’s it. There is no need to further define... Read more »
Regarding Adverse Possession Or (Adverse Possession Squatting Rights And And Is Trespassing Loitering BNE Under Adverse Possession Or Squatting Rights
answered on Nov 11, 2020
A person occupying or upon property they do not own and does not leave when asked, or returns after being told not to come on the land, is trespassing, and if that same person opens and enters any structure or building on the land, regardless of whether they were told not to be on the property, has... Read more »
Case File : PS0103019
Court House Address- -United States District Court 500 Pearl Street, New York, NY 10007.
Lawsuit Cost - $4526.65(Including Attorney Fee/Court Fee/All Taxes)
Last Date to File Lawsuit - July 28th 2020.
Attorney Name- Paul Smith (Sr. Attorney in... Read more »
Hello, a park ranger had detained me for metal detecting in a national park. He never read me my Miranda rights and forgot to make me sign one of the citations he gave me, but made me sign the other. He let me go, and 2 weeks later, he calls me and asks to meet with me in person to get more... Read more »
answered on Jun 2, 2020
You never are obligated to discuss matters with government officials where there is a risk of criminal sanction for you. Even if you are arrested for this offense, you do not have to talk, or should you choose talk, you may elect to do so only with a lawyer present, and terminate any conversation... Read more »
If i live with someone but have no affiliation with them other than being a general tenant in the home of which i pay rent, and the co owner also lives there too, am i responsible for their animals also, in a legal aspect?
What about the other partial co-owner of the home, would they be... Read more »
answered on May 13, 2020
Depends on the scenario. If you are one of the co-owners/landlords of the property, and the tenant owns the dogs, and they are renting a room in the property and have access to other common areas like the kitchen, then the owners of the property can likely get charged because they live in and have... Read more »
I got a new job, it’s been done through email so far, seems silly I know but I’m 18 and naive as heck apparently anyways, I get sent a check, I tell the bank lady what I thought it was for, the deposit it, my boss tells to go to Walmart and get money orders and send them else where. Later the... Read more »
answered on Apr 9, 2020
This is actually a pretty common and well-known scam. If you're charged you should immediately hire an experienced criminal defense attorney. Don't make any additional posts about the situation online.
A relative was using my camper/rv to stay in for a little while with his girlfriend. The camper/rv has been parked on a friends property for about 3 months now. My relative got arrested a few nights ago and I am trying to get my camper/rv off his property as soon as possible, but they are saying... Read more »
answered on Dec 31, 2019
You’re going to need to file a complaint for replevin, and I recommend you use a lawyer.
The Maryland government website says there’s a flat fee of $40 for anyone caught by a speed camera driving 12mph or more over the limit. My sister (a VA driver, if that matters) believes she may have been going 25mph over. Completely on accident — was distracted and didn’t realize she’d... Read more »
answered on Dec 20, 2019
No. Speed cameras can only issue citations for speed, and in any event, speed alone (unlike in VA and DC and some other states) cannot be he sole basis for charging reckless driving in Maryland. FYI, payment of the fine does not result in points and cannot be considered by an insurance company in... Read more »
answered on Jul 1, 2019
Pay them and hope it works
Do nothing and hope nothing hapoens.
Then learn a lesson about sending photos over the internet
Or claim they are photoshopped
answered on Jun 19, 2019
Maryland annotated code is broken down into many "articles." Each of the articles is numbered (starting with 1-101, 1-102, etc.) Because there are dozens of different code sections labeled "1-202", you might want to re-post to clarify what article of the code you are talking about.
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