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May 2015 Archives

Understanding more about domestic violence charges in Maryland

When the police are called to a home in response to a report of domestic violence, there is a good chance that one of the people involved will end up wearing handcuffs and being taken down to the local station for processing. Indeed, this can happen even when the purportedly aggrieved party declines to press charges, chalks the matter up to a simple misunderstanding or is not being entirely honest about what happened.

Report shows heroin continues to be a major public health crisis

The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene released its annual report on drug overdose deaths in the state earlier this week and, tragically, it doesn't appear as if much progress has been made in the fight to combat fatal addiction.

Helping shed some light on the all-important issue of child custody -- III

In today's post, we'll continue our ongoing discussion of how child custody works here in Maryland and the issues that may come into play during what is arguably one of the more difficult aspects of divorce.

Understanding more about homicide charges here in Maryland

The enduring popularity of the network crime drama has helped ensure that generations of Americans are familiar with not only the complexities of police work, but also some of the terms and procedures commonly utilized in criminal trials.

Do you know what's really going on in field sobriety tests? - III

In today's post, we'll conclude our ongoing discussion of the Standardized Field Sobriety Test, the three tests -- the horizontal gaze nystagmus test, walk-and-turn test and one-leg stand test -- used by law enforcement officials to measure driver intoxication based purely on observation of physical responses.

DOJ to fund massive pilot program for police body cameras

While things in Baltimore have calmed down considerably since last week's protests and the 10 p.m. curfew, the underlying concerns of many people over police misconduct, particularly the use of deadly force, understandably remain very strong here in Maryland and across much of the nation.

Do you know what's really going on in field sobriety tests? - II

If you are pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence, it's high likely that you will be asked to step outside of your vehicle to perform the Standardized Field Sobriety Test, which is actually comprised of three separate tests designed to measure intoxication via observation of physical responses.

Helping shed some light on the all-important issue of child custody

When heading into the unfamiliar territory of a divorce, it's understandable how people would want to learn as much as possible about the entire process, especially those areas in which they have a vested interest.

Do you know what's really going on in field sobriety tests?

In the unfortunate event you ever find yourself pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence, there's a good chance that you will be asked to step outside of your vehicle to perform the Standardized Field Sobriety Test after the law enforcement official finishes checking your driver's license and registration.

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