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Parking garage robbery leads to theft charges for Maryland man

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A man accused of committing an armed robbery at the Maryland Live! casino has recently been arrested. The man is accused of robbing a victim at gunpoint in the casino’s parking garage. The Maryland man is charged with two counts of theft, two counts of armed robbery and first-degree assault. At 7 a.m., a… Read More »

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Teens killing teens in Baltimore: a 19-year-old is charged

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

It has been widely reported that the human brain is still developing until a person reaches their mid-twenties. A recent murder in Baltimore City may cause us to reflect on that brain development, and if it is possible for teenagers to truly understand the lifelong consequences of their actions. A 19-year-old young man from… Read More »

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Nursing home owner faces criminal charges for patient injury

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Harry Truman was quoted as saying, “The buck stops here.” We assume he meant that he would take responsibility for anything that happened during his presidency. Apparently the Baltimore police department believes in that motto as well and has charged the owner of an assisted living facility with reckless endangerment and abuse or neglect… Read More »

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Maryland’s DNA collection process changes again

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Back in May, we shared a post about the DNA collection process following Maryland felony arrests. The Court of Appeals in Maryland temporarily halted law enforcement’s freedom to swab suspects for DNA samples, believing that such evidence collection was too personally invasive following a mere arrest. Earlier this month, however, U.S. Chief Justice John… Read More »

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DNA debate takes over Maryland, affects felony case procedure

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Before a recent ruling specifically prompted by a Maryland assault and rape case, criminal suspects in the state likely would have had to submit more than their fingerprints following an arrest. Those arrested for felony charges would have had their DNA taken and put into a database. That means that if someone were arrested… Read More »

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National plan would make theft of cellphones worthless crime

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Did you know that cellphones are popularly stolen throughout the country? About one-third of theft in the country involves a cellphone. Cellphone theft has gone up in popularity as the use of cellphones themselves has increased in popularity. With the growing trend, it isn’t surprising that officials would come up with a plan to… Read More »

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