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Westminster Man Punches Woman in Face, Faces Assault Charges

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Men are often taught from a young age to never hit women. Not only is it rude and disrespectful, but it’s also illegal, as one Maryland man found out. The 40-year-old man from West Main Street was arrested on August 28 after punching a woman in the face the day before. The man has… Read More »

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6 Men Arrested, Charged in Maryland Assault

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Unfortunately, we are sometimes not even safe in our own homes. Other people can invade a home and commit assault and other serious crimes that can threaten the safety of those who inhabit the home. Six men were involved in a home invasion in Maryland in April. During the incident, which occurred at an… Read More »

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Maryland Police Officer Faces Assault Charges for Excessive Force

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Police officers have a tough and dangerous job. Every day, they must protect citizens from harm. They must uphold the law, and when someone breaks the law, they have the right to arrest them. When a person resists arrest, sometimes police officers have to take it up a notch and detain the person so… Read More »

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Maryland Man Faces Assault Charges for Hitting Council Member With Bat

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

An argument at a home in Salisbury recently led to assault, among other charges. The incident occurred on the evening of June 6 in the 1000 block of Bell Avenue. A 41-year-old man assaulted a 59-year-old man after a disagreement led to a physical altercation. The victim is a Wicomico County councilman who was… Read More »

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Understanding Maryland’s Unique Assault Laws

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Assault and battery are two terms that are often used interchangeably. This is often because assault comes first and is then sometimes followed by battery. Assault refers to the threat of violence, not the actual violence itself. Battery refers to offensive physical contact or bodily harm. Battery does not necessarily have to cause harm,… Read More »

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