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AG: Sentences of four remaining death row inmates should be vacated

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

History was made here in the state of Maryland back in 2013 when state lawmakers voted to abolish the death penalty, meaning that the maximum sentence that can now be handed down in the criminal courts is life without the possibility of parole. While you might think that the actions of the General Assembly… Read More »

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7-Eleven shooting results in criminal charges in Maryland

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The “violent” in violent crimes is there for very specific reasons. Recently, police officers in Maryland heard gunshots coming from the parking lot of a local 7-Eleven and ran to render aid. There, they found a man who had just been shot. Police witnessed the shooter firing at two other men. Now, the presumed… Read More »

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Maryland public figure faces domestic violence accusations

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

According to reports, a Maryland city manager is facing legal trouble after his wife reported that an emotional confrontation turned violent. Shortly after returning from a family vacation, the man’s wife successfully filed for a temporary protective order due to an apparent outburst while they were out of the state. As for now, the… Read More »

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Web of criminal charges tied to Maryland woman’s testimony

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

In the fall of 2011, a 17-year-old boy was accused of committing a home invasion that involved a shooting. He was charged for attempted murder, aggravated assault and robbery based on the testimony of a Maryland woman. Months later, it was revealed that the woman had given a false account to police. As a… Read More »

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Baltimore restaurant dispute spurs conflicting assault complaints

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

One Maryland family’s dining experience concluded like no one could have predicted. A simple complaint over the dining experience at a Baltimore restaurant led to an argument that reportedly escalated to a physical altercation. Police responded, but the two men involved in the alleged incident have filed opposing assault charges against each other. Although… Read More »

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Officials hone in on reports of assaults in Baltimore schools

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Facing criminal charges as a teenager is undoubtedly a scary experience. Not only do young people have to concern themselves with the immediate consequences of a criminal conviction, but they may also have to deal with the reality of a criminal charge for the rest of their adult lives. Knowing this, a recently released… Read More »

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Debt disagreement leads to Baltimore County robbery charges

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

During the early hours of a recent evening, Baltimore County police responded to allegations of assault and robbery. Not long after receiving the tip, officers conducted a traffic stop and arrested a 24-year-old man they believe was guilty of robbing someone who owed him money. Police reports claim that a 42-year-old man was stopped… Read More »

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Predictive algorithm in use to deny convicts parole

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Many Maryland residents are familiar with the film “Minority Report,” a science fiction thriller that depicts a futuristic world that has stumbled upon predictive crime fighting. In the movie, three gifted “precogs” are able to see the future and predict violent crimes, allowing law enforcement to stop the act before it even happens. A… Read More »

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Baltimore man acquitted of murder charge from 2010 death

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

People who have not had personal experience with court cases or being charged with crimes may not realize one of the bedrock principals of the law: a person who is charged with a crime is considered to be innocent until proven guilty. Of course, most people in Baltimore, Maryland, are familiar with the concept… Read More »

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Bullied teenager opens fire in Maryland school

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Any teacher in Baltimore understands that the early teenage years are a difficult transition time for their students. They are not yet young adults, but are no longer children. Their hormones are just kicking in and their insecurities fight with their bravado on a daily basis. Not every teenager comes through this transition period… Read More »

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