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State lines won’t protect privacy of suspected Maryland criminals

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Maryland’s Court of Appeals has reaffirmed the legality of interstate wiretapping and upheld the conviction of a man charged for trafficking marijuana. The defendant was charged for driving several pounds of marijuana from Florida to Maryland, where law enforcement arrested him and used evidence obtained through cell phone eavesdropping — across multiple state lanes… Read More »

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Baltimore crime cameras: ‘Sound investment’ or costly privacy violation?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Did you know that when you are on many of the streets of Baltimore that you are being watched? In the past, cameras have been installed to supposedly catch potential crimes and provide the community a sense of safety. But the old, more “obvious” cameras are tools of the past. The current mayor is… Read More »

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Supposed Baltimore drug crime suspect questions police tactics

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

It’s the day after Thanksgiving. Hopefully, you have the day off and have the opportunity to enjoy the comfort of your home and snack on leftovers. Within the walls of our houses, we tend to feel safe and secure. One Baltimore man feels that his security was violated recently by officials investigating a supposed… Read More »

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Supreme Court to decide legal limits of GPS use on suspects’ cars

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Several years ago, a Maryland man had his vehicle parked in a Maryland parking lot. News sources don’t indicate where the man was at the time when his car was parked, but think about when you usually park your car. You probably pull into the lot, stow away anything that might be valuable, get out,… Read More »

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