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Do you understand what state law says about writing bad checks? – II

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

In today’s post, we’ll continue our previous examination of what the law in Maryland has to say about bad check violations, a type of theft-related crime that can result in some surprisingly serious penalties. What options does the person or business that received the bad check have? The person or business that received the… Read More »

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What Maryland law has to say about identity theft

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Thanks to our smartphones, tablets, laptops and seemingly endless wireless Internet access we are now more “connected” than ever. This, of course, means that most people now do everything from their banking and shopping to refilling their prescriptions and making appointments over the web. This has undoubtedly made our lives much easier, but it… Read More »

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43-year-old Baltimore man charged with identity theft

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Some crimes do not have a witness who can testify that a crime was committed. In Baltimore or elsewhere, it is possible to file criminal charges against a person with nothing more than circumstantial evidence. That is often the case with identity theft. The victim may not even know that he or she is… Read More »

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Baltimore man accused of theft across the Mason-Dixon Line

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

According to the history books, the Mason-Dixon Line was surveyed between 1763 and 1767 and marked the border between Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware and West Virginia. A tiny community called State Line lies on the Pennsylvania side of the Mason-Dixon Line. Recently it was reported that a Baltimore man was accused of taking a State… Read More »

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Bill could change statute of limitations for identity theft

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Bloomberg Businessweek recently reported on an out-of-state story about a new bill that could affect how certain theft crimes are treated. Specifically, the bill seeks to make identity theft crimes easier to prosecute. According to sources, identity theft is becoming a popular crime. And with the current economic environment, it is only natural that… Read More »

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