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Maryland Drug Dealer Sentenced to Prison for Murder

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Many people think of drugs as a minor problem, but the truth is that they can lead to more serious crimes, such as murder. Unfortunately, many people have been killed over drugs. This was the case in Maryland several years ago when drug trafficking led to a man’s death. A 29-year-old man from Baltimore… Read More »

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3 Men Face Drug Trafficking Charges

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Drug crimes are no laughing matter in Maryland. While simple possession may not be so bad, drug trafficking crimes are felonies that can lead to prison time and hefty fines. Three men in Maryland were recently arrested for drug trafficking. Police found drugs, supplies, a gun and more than $90,000 at a residence in… Read More »

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Maryland Men Plead Guilty to Multiple Drug Distribution Charges

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

With marijuana becoming decriminalized and even legalized in many parts of the country, people sometimes forget that not all drug charges are taken lightly. Prosecutors are still handing out harsh sentences for trafficking drugs such as cocaine and heroin. Maryland is no exception. Two Maryland men are facing years in prison after pleading guilty… Read More »

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Odenton Woman Arrested for Drug Trafficking

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Drugs can be found all over the country, in small towns and big cities alike. Just because drugs are commonplace does not make them legal. While medical marijuana is legal in Maryland and the state has decriminalized recreational marijuana in small amounts, the law is still strict when it comes to larger amounts, since… Read More »

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Drug Crimes in Maryland

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The opioid epidemic is getting an outsized amount of national media attention. Politicians highlight the damage it has caused families and communities. Some discuss the wanton peddling of habit-forming drugs from large pharmaceutical companies. Police chiefs talk about the need to get these drugs off of the street. They target doctors who over-subscribe and… Read More »

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Maryland Drug Trafficking

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

There is no document and set of principles more essential for protecting the rights of clients than the U.S. Constitution. One area of particular interest is the area of drug trafficking law. That’s because the Constitution provides detailed protections from illegal searches and seizures. For example, the Massachusetts Supreme Court is set to hear… Read More »

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What is intent to distribute?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Maryland residents should learn what circumstances may put them at risk for being accused of intending to distribute a controlled substance versus being charged with possession alone. Even watching or reading news stories, people in Maryland can hear about different types of criminal charges and offenses. However, media reports do not always offer clear… Read More »

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Maryland bill proposes expunging marijuana criminal records

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Bill would apply to people convicted of possession prior to decriminalization In October of last year Maryland decriminalized minor marijuana possession, meaning that people caught with small amounts of the drug faced only a civil penalty and were no longer burdened by a potential criminal record. However, for people who were convicted of possession… Read More »

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New Maryland law aims to decriminalize marijuana

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Up until recently, people convicted for possession of marijuana in Maryland could face strict penalties, including imprisonment of up to one year and/or a fine of up to $1,000, according to the General Assembly of Maryland. The consequences could become even steeper upon subsequent convictions. A new bill signed by Governor O’Malley last April… Read More »

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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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