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Rasherd Lewis v. State of Maryland Facts and Information

Rasherd Lewis v. State of Maryland Facts and Information

The Facts of The Rasherd Lewis Case Officer Burch received a tip about a potentially armed person in the 400 block of West Saratoga Street. The tipster was not a confidential informant. However, it was someone whom Burch described as having provided reliable...

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Baltimore Immigration Lawyer: Legal Update

Baltimore Immigration Lawyer: Legal Update

On October 25, 2019, United States Attorney General William Barr issued a precedential decision that will dramatically impact the ability of certain non-citizens to defend themselves against deportation in the Immigration Court. In the decision, the Attorney General...

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ENLawyers | A Push for Tougher Maryland DUI Laws

During this year’s legislative session, Maryland passed two bills that create stricter penalties for alcohol crimes.  These Maryland DUI Laws have many exceptions and a good lawyer can help you through the confusion. Noah’s Law In December 2015, Montgomery County...

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DUI v. DWI – What is the Difference?

Summer may be over, but it is important that you have fun and enjoy yourself while the weather is still nice. However, it is more important to be mindful of how much alcohol you have consumed before getting behind the wheel. Driving while intoxicated (DWI) and driving...

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ENLawyers: The Freddie Gray Effect: Civil Settlement

You may have seen that today, under much media scrutiny, the Baltimore City Board of Estimates approved a 6.4 million dollar settlement of all claims that the Gray family may now or ever have as a result of Mr. Gray's death against the Baltimore Police Department,...

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Baltimore Criminal Lawyer: Revenge Pictures a felony?

As your Baltimore Criminal Lawyer, we have regularly discussed the dangers of social media to our clients and our strong urge to avoid posting materials which may later be used against you in a court of law.  See here, here, and here.  Now it appears that some members...

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Maryland General Assembly Session: Winners and Losers

If you're looking for an in-depth look at legislation that has passed and/or failed with legal analysis and coherent though, look elsewhere because at ENlawyers we are concerned with the practical and the mildly funny (at least today).  We plan on reviewing the...

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ENlawyers: Why a legal website can’t solve your problems

ENlawyers: Why a legal website can’t solve your problems

Here at ENlawyers, because we practice criminal defense, outside general counsel, and private investigations for individuals and businesses, we rarely compete against online legal services such as Legal Zoom or Rocket lawyer.  However, I have occasionally received...

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Maryland Lawyer explains change in Immigration Law

This Maryland Lawyer believes that people facing criminal charges with immigration consequences should be educated about their rights. As written in an earlier post found here, our firm takes legal advice on these issues very seriously. I included some information...

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Maryland lawyer: Why certain cases go to trial

Maryland lawyer: Why certain cases go to trial

98% of all violations of Maryland Criminal laws resolve by way of a dismissal (stet or nolle pross) or a plea. Of the remaining 2%, only a tiny number of violations of Maryland Criminal laws go all the way to a jury.  Many are resolved by bench (or judge) trials or...

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Maryland lawyer: 2012 Maryland General Assembly session

Well, the Maryland General Assembly session is now over.  As a practicing Maryland lawyer who focuses on Maryland Criminal laws and Maryland DUI defense, it is vitally important to stay on top of the changes in the law, or else you run the risk of embarassing youself...

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Tracey v. Solesky and Maryland Criminal law

Tracey v. Solesky and Maryland Criminal law One of the more recent cases coming out of the Court of Appeals of Maryland has drastically changed liability of Pit Bull or Pit Bull mix owners.  The Court has now imposed a standard of strict liability on the owners of...

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Maryland lawyer: Seat belts, the law, and Harford County

I was reading the newspaper the other day when a Harford County headline caught my eye: Police in Harford targeting people who don't wear seat belts Most people probably don't think much of a headline like that, but as a Harford County lawyer, it got me thinking about...

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Maryland lawyer: beware going “Down the Ocean”

Maryland lawyer warns: beware going "Down the Ocean" As your Maryland lawyer, we would officially like to welcome the "unofficial" start of summer with a blog post about the Beach, the Maryland traffic citations you might get on your way there, the Maryland criminal...

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Bourbon & Bowties recap

Bourbon & Bowties recap

ENlawyers wanted to send out a huge thank you to everyone who came out to support the 3rd Annual Bourbon and Bowties event held this past Sunday at the Capital Grille in Baltimore, MD. The Event It was a wonderful night of sampling different bourbons from Maker's...

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Cinco de Mayo celebration advice from your Maryland Lawyer

Cinco de Mayo celebration advice from your Maryland Lawyer

Cinco de Mayo – a lawyer's perspective For most people, Cinco de Mayo means watered-down margaritas, cold “cervezas”, and maybe a few shots of bad Tequila (con gusno if you’re lucky).  Although, you might be unaware that the majority of celebrants of Cinco de Mayo...

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Maryland Attorney’s General Assembly update to an update

Maryland Attorney’s General Assembly update to an update

The Maryland General Assembly session is about 2/3rd's of the way through. Here's a very quick update as some action has finally started to happen in the areas of criminal law and DUI/DWI laws: The Governor has threatened to veto any medical marijuana bill. The...

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Maryland Attorney – Maryland General Assembly update

Just like keeping up with new case law coming out of Maryland’s Appellate Courts, any Maryland Attorney worth their fee is also going to pay attention to the 4 month long legislative session.  Maryland, like many other states, has part-time legislators.  Because of...

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