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21 life sentences commuted for nonviolent offenders

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The Office of the President carries with it a great amount of power. One of the powers that the individual elected into this position has is the power to grant clemency, to commute the sentences of individuals that have been convicted of a criminal offense. It is not a command that is given often. In… Read More »

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Baltimore weapons convictions leading to harsher prison sentences

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The fight against violence in Baltimore is a common political focal point. Lately, the focus has been on violence among youth. Numbers now show that the criminal justice system has intensified its castigation against defendants arrested for gun charges in Baltimore. According to The Baltimore Sun, convicted gun offenders in the city are serving… Read More »

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Will fake seizures for food: Will stiff sentence stop theft?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

This is somewhat of an unusual story. We tend to cover stories with more of an opening to discuss criminal defense strategy, but there is room in life and work to discuss quirky criminal cases in Baltimore, as well. There is no doubt that economic times are difficult in Baltimore, throughout Maryland and much… Read More »

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Maryland lawmakers target new kind of theft: mob theft

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

In a prior post, we discussed a somewhat unique Maryland theft case that made the headlines throughout the U.S. Many of us have heard of flash mobs. It’s when a group of people all plan to be at one place at one time and then begin a synchronized dance in a public place. A… Read More »

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