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How are traffic violations in Maryland prosecuted?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

When a person is convicted of a traffic violation in Maryland, points are assessed to his or her driver’s license. The number of points that is placed on a license is based on the charge that was levied during the traffic stop, and in cases where a person allegedly committed more than one violation,… Read More »

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Understanding state laws regarding vehicle insurance

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

In the state of Maryland, all drivers must carry insurance with certain coverage minimums. Failure to comply with these rules could lead to fines and other penalties, including the inability to register a vehicle. The insurance provider must be licensed to provide coverage within the state. The coverage must provide, at a minimum, $30,000… Read More »

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Drivers must observe new “move over” law

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Maryland drivers should be aware that in October 2013, the state passed a “move over” law. The purpose of the law is to protect public officials and police officers who are working on the side of the road. Motorists must change lanes if possible when officials or police are on the roadside. If a… Read More »

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Memorial weekend is prime time for traffic violations

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The weekend before Memorial Day is a perfect opportunity for Maryland families to kick off the summer. Because school is almost done for children and warmer weather has arrived, many families use the long weekend to take a road trip. At the same time, however, police will be out in full force looking to… Read More »

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