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Speeding cameras spread through Baltimore County

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A traffic ticket can sound like minor trouble in a person’s day, but when they add up, traffic citations can make an impact on a person’s life and wallet. Because that potential impact is there, it’s important for a community to look at how traffic tickets for speeding or other traffic violations are issued…. Read More »

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Baltimore hit-and-run case could be hard to prove

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

According to The Baltimore Sun, a hit-and-run suspect recently turned himself in to authorities to be held without bail. He has been formally charged with serious traffic violations related to the deaths of two teens in a June car accident. While some make the case out to be a clear future conviction against the 28-year-old… Read More »

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Baltimore Ravens player given a break with DUI sentence

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Often times in criminal cases involving high-profile defendants, the public and the legal system can be relatively tough on a suspect in order to try to make an example out of him or her. Fortunately for Baltimore Ravens linebacker Sergio Kindle, a judge was able to see the defendant based on his individual circumstance…. Read More »

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Maryland man proves speeding cameras are ‘highway robbery’

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Speeding cameras are a source of debate not only throughout the state of Maryland but throughout the country. More and more states and cities are using speeding cameras, supposedly to catch drivers violating traffic laws. Recent reports of a Maryland business owner’s quest to redeem his name and the reputation of his company prove… Read More »

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Debate over speed cameras in Howard County continues

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The Baltimore Sun reports that speeding cameras could soon spread throughout more of the state. Specifically, Howard County could soon have the cameras around schools in the area. County Executive Ken Ulman is in support of the measure, which would start off slowly and then grow if the school zone cameras proved effective. Proven… Read More »

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Maryland appeals court says police aren’t above traffic laws

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Traffic cameras have inspired debate throughout the country about whether they are effective tools of law enforcement or sneaky ways to make money. In Maryland, however, the debate took on a different focus about who has to pay for traffic violations caught by the cameras. According to The Washington Examiner, the question was taken… Read More »

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Maryland Senator Wants Speed Cameras Used for Safety, Not Revenue

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Speed cameras. Are they effective means of protecting the public from reckless driving, or are they mere money makers? That’s been an ongoing debate in the state of Maryland and most other areas of the country that utilize the law enforcement strategy. Maryland State Sen. Jim Brochin thinks he has the answer to that… Read More »

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New Speeding Camera At Work On Maryland Highway

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Some in the state of Maryland worry that “Big Brother” is among resident drivers now that cameras are replacing officers at certain traffic areas. According to reports, the newest Maryland speeding camera has been put in a construction area on the Baltimore Washington Parkway. The addition is reportedly the result of various avoidable fatal… Read More »

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Baltimore Ravens Assistant Coach Charged with Drunk Driving

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Assistant coach of the Baltimore Ravens, Andy Moeller, is not unfamiliar with DUI allegations. He is in the midst of his third time defending his name from alcohol-related charges. A recent report states that Moeller is scheduled to appear in court next month, Nov. 22. How did Moeller wind up being charged with the… Read More »

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