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A closer look at Maryland’s juvenile justice system – II

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Last time, we began providing some basic background information about Maryland’s juvenile court system in order to provide young people facing criminal charges and their parents will have a better idea of what to expect. In today’s post, we’ll continue to explore this important topic. How matters get to juvenile court In the event… Read More »

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A closer look at Maryland’s juvenile justice system

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Last week, our blog discussed how juvenile crime — including offenses like robbery, assault and theft — has recently become more of a problem on the Maryland Transit Administration’s Metro cars, MARC trains, light rail and buses. In light of this reality, it may be worthwhile to take a closer look at the state’s… Read More »

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Copper theft charges ensnare Maryland boy

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Annapolis police recently arrested two people for stealing copper pipes from a construction site. One was a local 29-year-old man and the other suspect was not so expected — his 11-year-old nephew. According to reports, the two have both been charged with two counts of theft, but the boy is being charged as a… Read More »

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Teen’s alleged theft of sports car leads to more severe charges

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

It can be difficult to understand how the criminal justice system works. Sometimes, prosecutors and/or judges will also take liberties when handling criminal cases, making some aspects even more confusing. In the out-of-state case of a 17-year-old who is accused of the theft of a celebrity’s sports car, the mere theft charge has escalated… Read More »

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Boys and girls treated differently in Maryland’s justice system

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The fight for gender equality isn’t a new one. But it is something that most don’t grapple with until they are adults. A recent Baltimore Sun report indicates, however, that gender equality is a needed focus with regards to juvenile justice in Maryland. The Baltimore Sun reports that girls are placed in juvenile facilities… Read More »

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Toying around gets two, including teen, charged with assault

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Have you ever done something that you thought was funny in the moment only to realize later that maybe the joke went a bit too far? It’s not an uncommon occurrence among children and teenagers. A teenager in Maryland is facing a pretty harsh reality following what he likely thought was a mere gag…. Read More »

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Grandmother hurt by 14-year-old grandson dies from injuries

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Back in April and in August, we shared some posts about an assault case involving a young boy and his 67-year-old grandmother. In March, Baltimore police got a call from the 14-year-old saying that he had hurt his grandmother. When police arrived, the grandmother was bloody and on the floor. The young suspect confessed… Read More »

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Judge gives boy another chance after his attack on grandmother

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

In April, we shared a post about a tragic violent offense committed by a young, 14-year-old boy. The Baltimore Sun had reported that the young man admitted to assaulting his elderly grandmother with a hammer. She barely survived the severe assault, a point that left some worried that the young suspect wouldn’t get the… Read More »

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Recent armed robbery puts teens in line of adult punishment

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Do you remember your teenhood? Looking back on that time as an adult, it can be startling to recall how irresponsible or recklessly you may have acted. You might not have broken the law, but it is not uncommon for all teens to have done things in their young lives that they question when… Read More »

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Baltimore assault case could be treated as hate crime

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Within the legal system, labeling certain offenses as hate crimes is a relatively new reality in some states. Maryland has pretty extensive legislation regarding hate crimes, a reality that could mean big trouble for two young defendants accused of assaulting a transgender woman at a Baltimore McDonald’s. It’s a case that has made national… Read More »

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