You are not required to have ID to travel about the United States. This is not a police state. You cannot drive a motor vehicle without a validly issued state driver's license, or with an acceptable foreign driver’s license, but your freedom of movement is not restricted. Private businesses,...View More
Traveling within the United States using a U.S. passport as your primary form of identification is generally acceptable. A U.S. passport is a federally recognized form of identification and is often used for domestic flights, checking into hotels, and other similar situations where ID is required....View More
In the United States, minors typically cannot act as lawyers in legal proceedings, including civil rights cases against the government. Legal representation typically requires individuals to be of adult age and have completed the necessary education and licensing requirements to practice law.
In Maryland, as in all states, one must be licensed to practice law, and obtaining a license typically requires, among other things, a law degree and passing the bar exam. Minors, being under the age of 18, are generally not eligible to meet these requirements, as they cannot yet hold a...View More
Having a handicapped permit generally allows you to park in designated handicapped spaces. However, it's important to be aware that there may be specific rules and regulations that apply depending on the location.
For instance, private properties, like an apartment building, may have...View More
In Maryland, the laws governing the use of LED lights on vehicles are specific and must be followed to avoid legal issues. Under Maryland law, vehicles are prohibited from displaying red or blue lights visible from directly in front of the center of the vehicle. This is generally to prevent...View More
In Maryland, you typically do not need a driver's license to operate farm equipment on private property, such as a farm, as long as you are not driving on public roads. Farm equipment is often exempt from certain licensing requirements when used solely on private agricultural property for...View More
Certainly. In Maryland, as in many states, there are generally no licensing requirements to operate farm equipment on private property, such as a farm, as long as the equipment remains off public roads. When you are solely on your private property, the state's driver's licensing...View More
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
I was incredibly traumatized when during my time in the jail I had a heart attack and by nurse and ekg test was performed and confirmed by the nurse and reported to the doctor on call and told her to take me back to my cell and that they were unable to take me to the emergency room because of my... View More
Based on the situation you have described, it does sound like you may have grounds to file a legal case regarding your treatment while incarcerated in St. Mary's county. Here are a few key things to consider:
- Unlawful Arrest Claims: If you were arrested repeatedly without probable...View More
Boyfriend had charges against him for misdemeanor credit card theft scheme, felony credit card theft, and identity theft in MD. Failed to appear in court and they issued an arrest warrant. I had no clue he had a court date or that he had an arrest warrant. Got arrested in PA after being pulled... View More
You should not be charged for harboring a fugitive if you did not know he had a warrant. He should retain an attorney to represent him on the criminal charges or go to the Public Defender if he cannot afford private counsel.
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.
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