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Lewis remains a Baltimore legend after defeating murder charges

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Over the last couple decades, few athletes have come to define the world of Baltimore sports like Ray Lewis. As the Baltimore Ravens have made a successful run at an NFL playoff bout this season, Lewis’ star continues to shine despite the fact that he was staring down serious criminal charges only 13 years… Read More »

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Plea deal keeps basketball star out of Baltimore jail

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

As a 19-year-old, Aquille Carr has already achieved a certain amount of fame. The Baltimore Sun named him its Boys Athlete of the Week two weeks in a row after he shot 38 points while defending the Class 2A state champions, Baltimore City College. In his freshman year in high school he reportedly averaged… Read More »

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Drug gang arrests — Part One

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The Baltimore police have been very busy. Through the use of wire taps, undercover police officers, surveillance and other traditional police methods, they have been attempting to stem the tide of drug activity churning within Baltimore and nearby communities. In actions that are perhaps related, there have been two groups of arrests recently that… Read More »

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Judge calls off plea deal in high-profile Maryland DUI case

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Imagine that you were pulled over, arrested and charged with a crime. Next, imagine the time and money that would be spent to legally defend your name and the relief you would feel if ultimately given the chance at a clean record. Now, think about how you would feel if you got close to… Read More »

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Maryland Sister Charged in Drug-Related Murder Strikes Plea Deal

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The Capital reported new developments yesterday in the case of two sisters charged with the Maryland homicide of a store clerk in December 2009. The younger of the two sisters, who is 22, has worked out a plea deal with prosecutors that will limit her maximum prison time to 10 years for her involvement… Read More »

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