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Making the Legal Profession all it can be

Recently, my daughter received an award at a ceremony prior to attending a fellowship at a hospital in Portugal in furthering her medical school career. Prior to the awarding of the certificates a Doctor spoke about medical ethics and how all medical school students and ...

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Blog posts in Domestic Violence

  • How the Cosby case causes evidentiary rifts in common sense

    Evidence is not what you think, it's what the Judge thinks! This Case could have "long arms" and consequences in Maryland Courts Everyone was shocked ...

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  • Overview of the Criminal Process

    Overview of the Criminal Process By Jim Crawford The Investigation Begins Criminal investigations and charges originate in several ways in Maryland. ...

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  • TOP 5 THINGS "NOT TO DO" IF CHARGED WITH A CRIME IN MARYLAND

    Don't do these 5 things! By James Crawford I have been practicing law for 27 years and so often when I get involved in a new criminal matter, I ...

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  • EVIDENTIARY ISSUES A BIG PROBLEM FOR BAILS

    Bail In Maryland District Courts “The legislature needs to fix this” Over the years the issue of newly charged defendants looking to get out on bail ...

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  • Maryland Gov. O'Malley aims to reduce domestic abuse by 25 percent

    As Emily Babay reports for the Washington Examiner, authorities in Maryland have distributed more than $9 million in funds from the Violence Against ...

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  • Warning: Don't post your photos of domestic abuse on Facebook

    “This is wut happens wen my baby hits me back,” says the caption, as CBS News reporters write. In the blurred image, you can see a toddler (she is one ...

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  • Prosecutor briefly decides to stop prosecuting misdemeanor domestic abuse

    Leigh Goodmark, writing for the Baltimore Sun, advocates for “alternative methods” of dealing with domestic abuse – after a city prosecutor made the ...

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  • Erosion of "criminal intent" provisions can affect domestic abuse cases

    A recent article in The Wall Street Journal takes an in-depth look at federal laws and some of the general requirements needed to prove someone ...

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  • February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention month

    Anna Johnson writes for the Daily Californian that February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention month, which grew out of what Johnson ...

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