We have all been there. Driving down the road, listening to our favorite music on the radio, or talking with family or friends in the car. Then, out of nowhere, a police officer is right behind you with his lights on. You’re getting pulled over. It is not a fun experience, to say the least.…

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Going with the flow of traffic is not a defense. Here in Maryland, especially along the interstates (I-70, I-95, I-695, I-195, I-795, etc.), ‘the flow of traffic’ is generally above the posted speed limit. The way the speeding law is written (Transportation Article §21-801.1), as long as you are traveling above the posted speed limit, regardless…

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The first thing you should do is when the officer is walking up to your car, make sure that your hands were on steering wheel where the officer can see them Roll your window down before the officer gets thereIf you’re stopped at night, make sure that your interior light is on so the officer…

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A Not Guilty Plea With an Agreed Statement of Facts is when a Defendant to a criminal or traffic case enters a plea of Not Guilty and the State, through the Assistant State’s Attorney, reads an agreed-to statement of facts as if the Defendant pled guilty to the charge(s). The Agreed Statement of Facts is usually…

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Online classes are typically NOT accepted by the Maryland Courts. There are, however, several providers that will conduct classes by telephone and/or through Skype. There are also providers that have alcohol programs that can be completed in one weekend (provided your assessment is appropriate).

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