The Maryland State Department of Natural Resources has jurisdiction over the navigable rivers of Maryland, including police authority, and there are laws prohibiting dumping of trash, waste materials and other objects into rivers, punishable bu criminal and civil fines and penalties. Local county...View More
I assume you are referring to the Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR). When the State Legislature enacts legislation establishing various government agencies to perform governmental functions, they grant the power of the agency to enact regulations to carry out the statutory mandate and powers...View More
In Maryland, state law requires that an individual provide identification upon request from a law enforcement officer if the officer has reasonable suspicion to believe that the individual has committed, is committing, or is about to commit a crime. However, for entering a public building to...View More
There are many providers of minister/clergy licenses where you can get "ordained" in a day or less. Maryland does not have a formal set of laws or regulations about this, beyond the general provision of Family Law Code 2-406(a) for performing marriages: "A marriage ceremony may be...View More
In Maryland, the law views an engagement ring as a "conditional gift" for which marriage is the condition. If the condition is not met, then the recipient must give back the ring, and the giver of the ring is restored ownership. This is different than the usual effect of an...View More
In Maryland, you can cross where there is an unmarked crosswalk. An unmarked crosswalk is an area where roads intersect, but there are no crosswalk markings. If there is a marked crosswalk at an intersection, you must use the marked crosswalk.
You would have to review the promissory note to see if there is any language allowing you to rescind it. There probably is not. A promissory note is a binding contract. You can have an attorney review it to see whether anything can be done.
As a matter of fact, the Complainant was discriminated against and harassed based on race (black), national origin (Nigerian), disability (physical), and retaliation for protected activity (prior activity, opposition to discrimination, and request for reasonable accommodation when: On March 2019 to... View More
A Maryland attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. If you are looking for an attorney, it is going to be difficult for attorneys here to respond to you to offer their services. This site isn't set up like an attorney referral service - it's basically...View More
I was told that I have no choice but to obtain a real ID license.
When I asked what legal authority mandates that I get a Real ID license, the manager browsed his computer for approximately ten minutes, then said he would issue me a 45 day temporary license to think about it.
Abandoned vehicles are governed by Maryland Transportation Code, Title 25, Subtitle 2. The process for stripping a titled owner of ownership rights in their vehicle only pertains to vehicles taken into police custody. There is no separate procedure set forth in the code for a private claim of an...View More
Yes, for various reasons, typically having to do with procedural filing requirements (e.g., paying any required filing fees; meeting the signature requirement --pleadings and motions must be signed by the party filing them; bearing a certificate of service separately dated and signed--each paper...View More
I am 96-yr old but physically and mentally healthy, supported by medical report. I was referred by police for Mayland Driver Re-examination and unfortunately failed the driving test 3 times. My driver license was confiscated at the 1st failure. My request for the 4th driving test was denied. I... View More
A driving test failure is a driving test failure. How do you propose overturning the determination on appeal that you failed the test? Just saying that in your opinion you can drive safely will not be enough. The Administrative Law Judge, and ultimately if you pursue it further, a Circuit Court...View More
Of second degree assault against my finance. We both have one charge each against each other and didn't want to press charges but state automatically picked it up. I need to make sure I am writing the correct document that I need to have notarized and gives you the state's attorney
Doubtful, but there may be a commercial contractual basis to do so if you are a vendor and the State Police failed to pay for a product or service they ordered. If you are an arrestee or suspect or other object of their policing authority, then the answer is almost certainly no. Small claims...View More
Your question is too broad since you do not give any details. Are you speaking about the duty to maintain traffic signals? It can be a defense to a citation if the traffic signal was defective or not properly placed.
Yes. All criminal offenses are entered into an FBI nationwide database. It’s what is consulted for criminal background checks. All law enforcement agencies nationwide are required to put criminal charges and case dispositions into the database. The only way to remove a record is if the charge...View More
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