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Domestic violence offenders may be forced to wear GPS devices
Domestic violence offenders may be forced to wear GPS devices

A domestic violence allegation can lead to a number of serious consequences. It can prevent the accused from going home or contacting certain family members. It can also work against the alleged aggressor when it comes to child custody arrangements. As if all this is not ...

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Blog posts in January

  • Can you 'consent' to violent sex acts?

    The National Coalition for Sexual Freedom, based in Baltimore, Maryland, is worried that a recent case involving rough sex could end up curtailing the ...

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  • Host of file sharing service accused of child pornography

    Though it is universally agreed that child pornography is harmful, criminal and deserving of punishment, in recent years it has become increasingly ...

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  • Federal crimes: Avoid serious punishments at the federal level

    In Maryland, if you’re accused of a federal crime, you need to understand that the weight of punishments is typically heavier than if you were tried ...

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  • Internet sex crimes: Your right to a strong defense in Maryland

    Imagine this scenario: You’ve gone online to a local Maryland website and met someone you like. You’re in a chat room for adults aged 21 and older. ...

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  • How do I fight a driver's license suspension?

    Your driver’s license can be suspended for a few different reasons in Maryland, including failing a breath test or refusing to take one. Once it is ...

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  • Man gets 20 years with 15 suspended for fatal DUI crash

    A Maryland man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for his role in a fatal accident that killed his young son, but 15 of those years have been ...

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  • Man convicted of indecent exposure to soon be released from jail

    In Maryland, indecent exposure is a misdemeanor, punishable by up to three years in state prison, as well as a fine of up to $1,000. However, certain ...

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  • Maryland may eliminate drug charges for marijuana

    The 2014 Maryland General Assembly will consider bills that could change drug laws in the state. The House and Senate may vote to legalize ...

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  • Man With History Of Domestic Violence Charged With Murder Of Wife

    One 63-year-old Baltimore area man is in a heap of trouble amid allegations involving murder and domestic violence, as Justin Fenton with the ...

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