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Understanding Drug Diversion

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Prescription drug abuse is a huge issue in our society. There were 67,367 drug overdose deaths in the United States in 2018, and 70% of those deaths involved legal drugs—opioids. Most overdose deaths are caused by a misuse of prescription drugs. While many people are legally prescribed opioids and other drugs, many are not…. Read More »

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Child Abuse Reports Down Amid COVID-19 Shutdown

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The coronavirus has brought about many negative effects. People are getting sick and dying. Many are losing jobs. Children are having to learn from home without adequate resources. One positive thing about this outbreak is that child abuse and sexual assaults reports have declined dramatically since Maryland residents were forced to shelter in place… Read More »

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Speeding, Traffic Stops on the Rise With Less Crowded Freeways

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The coronavirus pandemic has brought about a lot of negative issues, such as sickness, death, lost jobs, distance learning, empty shelves at grocery stores and many other unexpected effects. However, many people look at the bright side: they are spending more time with family, they are engaging in new hobbies and traffic on the… Read More »

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Man Arrested for Coughing in Police Officer’s Face

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

People may cough or sneeze on someone as a prank, but such an act isn’t funny, especially right now. Some people have actually died from COVID-19 after someone coughed on them. In fact, doing so can be considered assault, believe it or not. A Glen Burnie man who had a warrant for his arrest… Read More »

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Coast Guard Lieutenant Faces Weapons, Drug Charges

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Weapons and drugs are two things that can be deadly. They are threats to society and as a result, those who are accused of crimes involving drugs and weapons can face serious criminal charges. A Coast Guard Lieutenant from Maryland recently pled guilty to gun and drug charges after he was accused of stockpiling… Read More »

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Maryland Wrestling Coach Arrested on Child Porn Charges

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Teachers, coaches and others who work with children are often held to higher standards than other people and professions. It can be devastating for parents, students and others in the community to learn that a sports coach is engaging in child porn. This was recently the case in Maryland. A 2017 investigation has led… Read More »

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Drug Crackdown in Baltimore Nets $1 Million Cash, 51 Guns

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Drug trafficking often leads to violent crime. It can cause crimes such as robberies, murders and assault. Because of this, law enforcement officials take measures to reduce crime on the streets. Drugs are rampant in Maryland. Approximately 30% of the state’s residents know someone who is addicted to opioids, which include heroin and certain… Read More »

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Immigrant Criminal Defense

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

When an undocumented immigrant is arrested, it generally means double punishment. First, the person will likely be charged and presented with the potential for criminal indictment in the United States. Second, the federal government may move for forcible removal from the country. Because an undocumented immigrant is not a U.S. citizen, many of the… Read More »

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What is Fruit of the Poisonous Tree?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A term stolen right out of Genesis, the Poisonous Tree doctrine is a legal theory created by the U.S. Supreme Court in response to police abuses years ago. In general, if the police break the rules badly enough, they should not get to benefit from their own Constitutional violations. At The Law Offices of… Read More »

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Can the Police Search My Home Without My Consent?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

For everyone ever arrested and charged with a crime based on evidence discovered in a home raid, this question will ring true. But the answer is not as simple as a clear yes or no. It ultimately depends on a few very specific qualifying facts. At The Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink, P.A.,… Read More »

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