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Maryland Child Pornography Charges

Although all criminal charges are a serious matter-there are very few taken more seriously than possession of child pornography. Those who possess child pornography not only face extremely harsh penalties for their actions, but the stigma that comes with being convicted of such a crime will follow them for the rest of their lives. [...]

By |2022-11-16T11:58:49-05:00November 16th, 2022|All Blog Posts, Criminal Law, Legal Tips Maryland, Maryland Law|0 Comments

Maryland Rape Charges

While all sexual offenses in Maryland are violent crimes, rape is the most serious offense in this category. Rape occurs when a perpetrator uses force, or the threat of force, and engages in sexual conduct without the victim’s consent. In specific terms, there are two different categories of rape crimes in Maryland: Second Degree [...]

By |2022-11-07T09:57:17-05:00November 7th, 2022|All Blog Posts, Criminal Law, Maryland Law|0 Comments

Joe McKenzie: An Attorney With Heart

I recently had some time to sit down and chat with Attorney Joseph McKenzie and was told about a recent case he dealt with that I knew had to be published. Why? It's important to know who you're hiring when you are trying to win a case. The following are in his own words: [...]

By |2022-10-27T19:09:46-04:00October 27th, 2022|All Blog Posts|0 Comments

Theft Charges in Maryland

Theft can be described in several forms but one thing it usually involves is willful use, concealment, or abandonment of the property of another without the owner’s consent. That means that the person in question took something, used it, or concealed it. It may not have been theirs but it managed to find its [...]

Gun Possession in Maryland

The possession and carrying of firearms in Maryland is a seriously regulated issue in the code of public safety. The regulations in Maryland may be very different from what you are used to hearing about in other states. Owning a firearm is a serious responsibility and understanding the laws is essential for your safety [...]

By |2022-09-27T13:55:14-04:00September 27th, 2022|All Blog Posts, Criminal Law, Legal Tips Maryland, Maryland Law|0 Comments

What Is Visitation in Maryland and How Does It Work?

Visitation is an agreement for contact between the child/ren and the parent (or third party) who does not maintain the primary residence for the child. Visitation can be set out in a number of ways including: a flexible visitation schedule; reasonable visitation as determined by the custodial parent; a structured visitation schedule to include [...]

By |2022-09-15T14:06:19-04:00September 15th, 2022|All Blog Posts, Divorce, Family Law, Legal Tips Maryland, Maryland Law|0 Comments

What You Should Know About Whiplash and Car Accidents

When a person’s head moves backward and then forward suddenly with great force it creates what everyone knows to be as whiplash. It is most common following a rear-end auto collision. It can also result from physical abuse, sports injuries, or even amusement park rides. Whiplash happens when the soft tissues (the muscles and [...]

What is Second Degree Assault in Maryland?

Assault in Maryland is divided into degrees. Second Degree Assault is the actual or attempted offensive touching of another person, without that person’s consent. (Maryland Code, Criminal Law, Section 3-203).  Assault in the Second Degree can be committed in a variety of ways including an Intent to Frighten, an Attempted Battery, or a Battery. [...]

By |2022-08-05T12:04:07-04:00August 5th, 2022|All Blog Posts|0 Comments

How a DUI Can Affect Your Child Custody Case

Getting a DUI in Maryland can have a huge impact on all areas of your life, including a family court matter. Many people facing a bitter and painful child custody dispute or divorce may self-medicate their emotional turmoil through alcohol, leading to high rates of DUI. Likewise, getting a DUI can show a lack [...]

Prenuptial Agreement in Maryland

A prenuptial agreement, also known as a prenup, is a written contract where an engaged couple states their rights and responsibilities regarding premarital and marital assets and debts, and what would happen should their marriage end in divorce or death. In Maryland, a prenuptial agreement can cover alimony, property rights, and personal rights. Spouses [...]

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