• Does Getting a Traffic Ticket Violate My Probation Terms?

    When a judge sentences a convicted person to probation instead of jail, or a criminal is released from prison early on parole, there are strict rules and regulations the individual must follow. One is to obey all federal, state, and municipal laws. This leads many people to wonder whether receiving a traffic ticket breaks the […]

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    DUI Checkpoints During the Holidays in Maryland

    It’s no surprise that there are more driving under the influence (DUI) checkpoints throughout the holiday season. With more parties happening between friends, family, and coworkers, Maryland police officers are trying to keep the streets safe from intoxicated drivers. It’s essential to understand what to do at DUI checkpoints and know your rights. If you’re […]

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    What to Do If You’ve Been Ticketed for Illegal Parking

    If you drive enough around Baltimore or other busy cities in Maryland, you understand that finding a good place to park isn’t always straightforward. Eventually, you may come across an open parking spot on a busy day in a location perfectly suited for where you’re trying to go. Unfortunately, if a parking space seems too […]

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    Can You Dispute a Speed Camera Ticket in Maryland?

    Speed cameras have become more common across the country in recent years. More specifically, officials place them in high-traffic areas, school zones, and dangerous intersections. With any piece of technology, there may be errors. If you believe you weren’t speeding, you may wonder if you’re able to dispute the ticket. The good news is that […]

  • Do I Have to Talk to Police After an Arrest for a Traffic Offense?

    We all recognize the need for effective law enforcement, but we should also understand our own rights and responsibilities—especially in our interactions with the police. Ultimately, when a police officer pulls you over for a traffic offense, what you do and say can affect any legal proceedings that might follow. Whether the traffic stop ends […]

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    Can You Ever Drive Above the Speed Limit in Maryland?

    Speeding is the most common traffic violation committed even by the most experienced drivers. Most motorists who’ve been pulled over for speeding assume they’re at fault and pay the fine. But what if they had a valid reason for speeding? Perhaps they had to do so for safety reasons or there was a medical emergency. […]

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    How Maryland Is Raking in Fines from “Port-a-Potty” Speed Cameras

    Maryland is notorious for implementing speed cameras throughout the state, especially in areas that are under heavy construction. The goal is simple: to reduce the speed of vehicles in advance of and through work zones to prevent crashes and save lives. There are 17 different active radar cameras located in construction zones across the state […]

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    You’re in a Car Accident with a Marlyand Police Officer. Now What?

    Over 5,000 passengers and onlookers have been fatally injured in police chases since 1979, including the elderly, young children, and teenage drivers. Thousands more have suffered traumatic injuries getting into a car accident caused by a reckless police chase. If you or a family member have been injured in a car accident with a police […]

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    Maryland Rescinds Suspensions for Red-Light Violators

    Six counties in the State of Maryland, including Baltimore and 22 other jurisdictions, have implemented red-light camera programs that require violators to pay fines up to $100. All drivers within these jurisdictions who violate traffic signals and receive a ticket due to red-light cameras risk their vehicle registration being suspended if they fail to pay […]

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    DUI or DWI: Which is Worse in Maryland?

    People often use DUI and DWI interchangeably, but the two offenses are not the same in Maryland. DUIs and DWIs refer to quite different violations, and both have unique penalties. In short, a DWI is a less severe offense than a DUI. The following text provides further insight into why DUIs are worse, along with […]