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Service members can get help from a military divorce lawyer


Divorce laws in Maryland can be difficult to understand and navigate. This is especially so in a divorce in which one or both spouses are members of the United States military. A Howard County divorce lawyer frequently sees couples who are involved with the military and have marriage difficulties that lead to divorce. It influences their careers, their lives and the lives of their children.

3 men arrested on theft charges for burglarizing a home

Three men have recently been arrested for what police suspect was a burglary attempt. The Maryland men have been accused of theft charges for supposedly stealing items from a residence then attempting to flee the scene. The three young men are charged with varying degrees of burglary and theft.

2 young Maryland men face criminal charges for armed robbery

Two young men have recently been arrested in relation to a home invasion that occurred earlier this month. Maryland police suspect that the two young men broke into a home, threatened its inhabitants with a weapon and attempted to steal various properties from the home. The two young men face numerous serious criminal charges for their suspected activities.

Father's rights lawyer helps man regain parental rights


In Howard County, Maryland, a father's rights lawyer is a necessity when there is an attempt on the part of the mother or another member of the family to keep the father from seeing his offspring. A Howard County child custody lawyer is familiar with the different types of issues that crop up with parents trying to navigate the difficult road of custody and can assist a father trying to get visitation rights.

Silk Road employee takes plea deal; pleads guilty to drug charge

A plea deal has been recently been offered to a self-proclaimed member of the infamous Silk Road illegal drug website. Apparently, Maryland police caught him using an online sting operation in an effort to shut down the site and arrest those involved. Under the terms of his plea deal, he has pleaded guilty to one drug charge.

Man extradited to Maryland for alleged hard drive theft

A man has recently been extradited to Maryland after his arrest in another state for an alleged theft in this state. Apparently, the man had an open warrant so that if he was caught in another state, he would be sent back to Maryland. He is charged with multiple counts of theft resulting from an incident that occurred last year.

Maryland man claims statements in criminal charges not valid

Recently in Maryland, a man charged with the shooting of another man was granted a hearing concerning statements he allegedly made to law enforcement. The man claims that he gave statements to arresting officers concerning criminal charges that were being filed against him while he was not sober. The judge who presided over the hearing determined that video evidence will be reviewed before proceeding further.

Maryland adoption laws and international adoptions


In Maryland, an adoption immigration lawyer frequently encounters people who would like to consider adopting a child from another country. A Howard County adoption lawyer is knowledgeable about the paperwork that needs to be filled out, the rules that must be followed and how best to go about the process. Assistance with Maryland adoption laws can be crucial.

Maryland man arrested on multiple counts of auto theft

An incident in mid-October has resulted in a 21-year-old Maryland man's arrest in early November. He faces multiple charges, including auto theft, in his hometown of Centreville. The man was arrested in Ocean City, where he was also charged with additional counts of theft and burglary.

3 teenagers arrested on drug charges relating to marijuana, hash

Police took a total of three Maryland teenagers into custody on charges of drug possession recently. The Maryland teens were pulled over by police on Saturday, Nov. 2, for allegedly operating a motor vehicle at night with one headlight out. Law enforcement officials claim that, during the traffic stop, they detected the odor of marijuana emanating from the vehicle. That led to the arrests and subsequent drug charges.

Assault charges dropped against Maryland man

When a Maryland resident is charged with a violent crime, a number of problems arise immediately. In the initial hours, the person who stands accused must make an attempt to secure his or her release from jail. Then comes an urgent need to secure the proper legal counsel, which can be a challenge for someone who has no knowledge of legal services or the overall defense process. In addition, when an assault or other violent crime is alleged, the media often picks up the story, and publishes the name and sometimes the photo of the accused individual.

Maryland theft: Police say 2 bought puppy with stolen credit card

A puppy and some clothes were among the purchases reportedly made by two individuals that are suspected of taking a purse from the car of a woman while she attended church services. The Maryland theft is said to have occurred after the individuals broke into the woman's motor vehicle. Credit cards were apparently among the items in the purse at the time of the incident.

Police seek cookie-maker, but file criminal charges for handgun

An arrest for crime can be for an offense that the police did not contemplate when they first started the investigation. In this case, Maryland authorities were investigating pot-laced cookies at a Baltimore private high school. The zeroed on a school employee but couldn't connect him to the offense. When they went to his house looking for marijuana they found instead a handgun laying in the open on the man's fireplace mantle. They nabbed him on criminal charges but not for illicit drugged-up cookies; instead, they arrested the 40-year-old Baltimore resident for being a felon in possession of a handgun, according to police.

Maryland theft: Police say 2 bought puppy with stolen credit card

A puppy and some clothes were among the purchases reportedly made by two individuals that are suspected of taking a purse from the car of a woman while she attended church services. The Maryland theft is said to have occurred after the individuals broke into the woman's motor vehicle. Credit cards were apparently among the items in the purse at the time of the incident.

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