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‘Drug deals on wheels’ gets doctor arrested

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

It’s hard not to notice that the entire country is in the midst of a prescription drug panic — caused largely by the number of deaths from prescription drug overdoses in the last year or two and the rising tide of addicts who got their start on prescription painkillers. Prescription drugs used to be… Read More »

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What should I consider when leaving an abusive marriage?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Nobody deserves to live in a home where he or she is being subjected to abuse. If you are currently in an abusive relationship, which includes physical, emotional, sexual or financial abuse, you might want to consider leaving. Walking away is going to be very difficult. You will likely have to deal with emotional… Read More »

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Drug rehabilitation might help a person facing possession charges

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Recently, we discussed recidivism and how this is an important consideration in the criminal justice system. There is one area in which this might be an issue because of a sickness. When a person is addicted to drugs, they often won’t let anything, including the risk of criminal charges, stop them from getting a… Read More »

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Recidivism reduction is necessary in the criminal justice system

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Recidivism in the criminal justice system is a huge problem that needs to be addressed. This term means that a person is convicted of a crime and then falls right back into his or her old ways and ends up facing charges again. While the person who is involved in the criminal justice system… Read More »

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How do multiple counts of a crime affect a sentence?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Exactly how a prosecutor chooses to bring charges against a defendant is often arbitrary. Many people don’t even realize that they can be charged several times for what they think of as one single incident. For example, if you’re arrested for the possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia, you may think that you’re only… Read More »

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Priest sentenced in case stemming from stealing donations

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

People who go to church tend to trust the priests and pastors who handle the church’s business. For parishioners who went to St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, shock was probably the first reaction when they learned that a priest who headed the church from 1994 until Sept. 1, 2010 was stealing from them. The… Read More »

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Baltimore officers plant evidence, destroy dozens of cases

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A drug case may rest entirely on the testimony of the officers involved in the bust — which is why a smart defense attorney is going to question just how trustworthy those officers really are. There’s a growing body of evidence that suggests juries have good reason to be skeptical. For example, Baltimore prosecutors… Read More »

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Sentencing terms you should know in a criminal case

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

One concern of people who are defendants in the criminal justice system is what sentence they will have to deal with. This is a big factor since it is what determines whether you will be locked behind bars or remain able to enjoy your freedom. There are a few basic terms that will help… Read More »

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How reliable is the walk-and-turn test?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

If you’re pulled over for a traffic stop and the officer suspects that you’ve been drinking, you’ll likely be asked to take a variety of roadside sobriety tests. One of these is called the walk-and-turn (WAT) test — which requires you to walk a straight line, heels touching toes, and turn without losing your… Read More »

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Divorce can pry into your privacy so be careful

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A divorce is something that can pry into your private life. Even if you don’t have anything to hide, you might not want your personal business made public. Unfortunately, there is a chance that even some of your personal thoughts will become part of the proceedings. Think about one of our recent posts in… Read More »

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