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What is a Technical Violation of Probation in Maryland?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Maryland law is in a constant state of flux, with laws always being written, changed, amended, or repealed. One big change came last year on October 1, 2017. A new rule was passed allowing for the sentencing of offenders who violate probation on technical grounds. These are commonly known as technical violations. If you’ve… Read More »

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What is Elder Abuse in Maryland?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Have you been arrested or charged with endangering a senior in Maryland? Are you presently under investigation by Adult Protective Services? If so, you need legal representation right away. Maryland is cracking down on crimes against seniors. Many times, crimes against seniors are extremely complicated, and government investigators may not fully appreciate the legal… Read More »

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Is a Maryland Collaborative Divorce Right for Me?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

If you’ve been considering a divorce lately, you might have noticed a lot of discussion online about a new concept in divorce law called “collaborative divorce.” If you read the articles about the process, you might believe it’s the end-all be-all cure to contentious and unpleasant divorce litigation. However, before you jump to hire… Read More »

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Understanding What Constitutes Stalking in Maryland

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Many Maryland residents are charged with stalking each year, and sadly some of them are not actually guilty of the crime.  While all crime is bad, the fact is stalking is a tough crime to define. While the law does a good job of trying to strike a balance, over-eager prosecutors and spiteful individuals… Read More »

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How Divorce Affects Toddlers

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

For those who are considering a divorce, no doubt there are a lot of considerations that must be addressed. From finances to debts to where the children will live, divorce can play tricks on your mind and give you a lot of sleepless nights. Perhaps the most important consideration for most parents is how… Read More »

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Maryland DUI With Kids in the Car

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Getting charged with a DUI is bad enough, but if you are caught driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol in Maryland, and you have children in the car at the time of your arrest, you could be facing seriously enhanced penalties. If you are arrested for DUI with children in your car,… Read More »

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Understanding Child Abuse Allegations in Maryland

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Allegations of child abuse can be devastating. Even if there is absolutely no merit to the accusations, just the mere thought of a child being harmed can invoke a lot of negative emotions. If you’ve been accused of child abuse or neglect, you can’t afford to sit back and “let it blow over.” Beyond… Read More »

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Can a Child Be Charged With Possession of Child Pornography?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

This can definitely happen. Let’s face it, this is a truly awful thing to think about. Technology has brought us so many amazing advances in such a short amount of time. But with these advances are also challenging legal issues that our legal system must struggle to answer. For instance, what happens when teenagers… Read More »

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Fighting a Protective Order

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Under Section 4-504 of the Maryland Family Code, a person can bring a protective order against anyone who presents a threat of harm. Protective orders are designed to create a judicial notice of potential abuse or violence, and to put the abuser on notice. Violating a protective order can have severe consequences for the… Read More »

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Served With Civil Contempt Summons: What’s Next?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

When you go through a divorce or child custody dispute in Maryland, a judge will supervise the process, making sure that both sides are following the rules. The judge has broad discretion to make determinations and render “orders,” which are legal documents that must be followed. For the most part, people generally obey court… Read More »

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