• 7 Most Commonly Ignored Traffic Laws in Maryland

    Whenever you are driving, there are various rules and regulations that you must adhere to in order to avoid causing an accident or being pulled over by law enforcement. Even if you do your best to follow all traffic laws, there are several traffic laws that Maryland drivers often ignore. The Law Office of Hillel […]

  • What Is Maryland’s New “Move Over” Law?

    As a driver in the state of Maryland, it is important that you stay informed about any new laws concerning traffic regulations. Understanding the various laws in place for Maryland drivers to avoid being pulled over by law enforcement and receiving a traffic violation can help with maintaining overall safety as well. To avoid getting […]

  • Understanding the Difference Between a No Contest Plea and a Waiver Hearing

    Whether you are out for a peaceful drive or are headed to work, nothing can ruin that drive quite like seeing the flashing lights of a police car signaling that they are pulling you over. In Maryland, there are many different traffic rules and regulations that drivers must follow, making it easy to unintentionally violate […]

  • How a Maryland Lawyer Can Help You With a Bench Warrant

    A bench warrant is administered by a judge when a defendant disobeys the rules of the court. Most often, the violation is a result of the defendant failing to show up. There are many reasons why a person may not appear in court. Whether you did not have transportation to get to court or could […]

  • Maryland Rules for Moving With the Flow of Traffic

    When out on the roads, most drivers assume that they may only receive a traffic citation if they are speeding. However, you may be surprised to learn that you can be pulled over by a law enforcement officer if you are disrupting the flow of traffic by driving too slowly as well. In Maryland, it […]