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Burglary

Burglary, Robbery, or Theft? Understanding the Differences

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Every state defines crimes in different ways. One particular area of criminal law that can get very confusing is that of theft and burglary. Many people use terms like theft, robbery, and burglary interchangeably when discussing this group of crimes. But in Maryland, these terms have very different meanings, and they carry very different… Read More »

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Maryland Prison Populations Drop, Report Says

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Being accused of a crime is a truly life-changing event. Many movies, TV shows, and even comedy routines make light of incarceration, but to those who’ve faced it, the horror is real. Nothing compares to the fear and anxiety one feels, knowing that they may have to “go away” from their children for possibly… Read More »

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Quick Guide to Veterans Treatment Courts in Maryland

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

As we remember those who’ve died in service to the nation and take time to reflect on the sacrifice of our brave fighting men and women who are still serving, it’s also important not to forget those veterans who’ve served and continue to struggle every day with health problems they developed on active duty… Read More »

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DUI on a Boat in Maryland

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Everyone knows it’s illegal to drive a car drunk, but many people seem to forget about this rule when operating a boat. Some states do not have expressed laws making impaired boating illegal. However, Maryland does. The operator of a watercraft in Maryland can be charged with DUI just the same as when driving… Read More »

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Maryland DUI With Kids in the Car

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Getting charged with a DUI is bad enough, but if you are caught driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol in Maryland, and you have children in the car at the time of your arrest, you could be facing seriously enhanced penalties. If you are arrested for DUI with children in your car,… Read More »

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Maryland Probation Violations

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Getting arrested is usually a life-changing event. Depending on the severity of the charges, individuals may expect to serve jail time, pay fines, and face obstacles when it comes time to vote, secure housing, or even find a job. Needless to say, the consequences of getting arrested can have a lasting and pervasive adverse… Read More »

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Court Order Enforcement in Maryland

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

There is something uniquely humbling about witnessing a judge deliver a decision. Maybe it’s the suspense. Maybe it’s the stakes involved. It’s difficult to say with any certainty which factor or factors are at play. But, regardless, there is a certain weight that many witnesses tend to feel in that moment. For proof, just… 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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Child Pornography in Maryland

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Young people growing up today are often called “digital natives.” That means that the use of technology on a daily basis is simply a fact of life. When these young people reach a certain age, the temptation to “sext” (send sexually explicit text messages to a partner) or share nude images of themselves or… Read More »

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