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Harford County Man Arrested for Robbery & Armed Robbery Crimes

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Local law enforcement arrested a 32-year-old man from Harford County for robbery and armed robbery after three incidents in the past month, according to an article by CBS Baltimore. The original incident stemming from this arrest traces back to July 19th. That is when the Harford County man allegedly entered a store in the… Read More »

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Examining the Maryland Approach to Domestic Violence

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Domestic violence is particularly troublesome crime due to the relationship between the abuser and the victim. An abusive act only qualifies as domestic violence under Maryland law if there is a familial relationship or similarly close ties. In order to understand the boundaries of domestic violence in Maryland, it will be helpful to review… Read More »

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Comparing Limited & Absolute Divorces under Maryland Family Law

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Divorce is not something that most married couples expect to go through. But the simple truth is that many married couples will end up going through this process, in Maryland and in many other places. Accordingly, Maryland law provides specific guidelines for the process of filing for divorce and the reasons for which the… Read More »

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Exploring Unlawful Marriages Under Maryland Family Law

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Marriage is one of the central aspects of family law in Maryland. In most cases, adults in Maryland have the freedom to marry a person of their choosing. In certain situations, however, state law prohibits two people from entering into a marriage. If such a marriage occurs anyway, it is considered null and void… Read More »

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Maryland Laws Against & Penalties for Speeding

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Even though the State of Maryland has general and specific rules against speeding, it remains one of the most common traffic offenses. When a driver exceeds the maximum speed limit, they can face a hefty fine and demerit points on their driver’s license. When a person accumulates too many demerit points, they may experience… Read More »

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How Does Maryland Determine Child Support Obligations for Parents?

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The State of Maryland requires all parents to take responsibility for their share of child support obligations. Even if the parents are divorced or never married, they must ensure that their children receive adequate support for shelter, nutrition, medical care, and similar needs. In order to determine a fair and reasonable amount of child… Read More »

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Analyzing Identity Theft Laws & Penalties in Maryland

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In the digital age of the Internet, identity theft and other forms of white collar crime seem to be on the rise. Electronic communications and payment methods have opened the doors for many criminals to steal personal information for unlawful purposes. Accordingly, the State of Maryland has designed a series of laws against and… Read More »

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What are the Rules for Marital Separation Agreements in Maryland?

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When a married couple pursues a permanent divorce in Maryland, it does not have to be a contentious or drawn-out process. If the parties to a divorce are able to compromise and reach mutual understanding, they can pursue a marital separation agreement. Under Maryland Code of Family Law Section 7-103, the state courts may… Read More »

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When Does Maryland Require Background Checks for Child Care Workers?

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In order to safeguard the best interests of children residing within the state, Maryland law requires certain employers and employees to undergo a criminal background check. In order to work with children, these employers and employees must submit to a review of their criminal history at both the state and federal levels. Which Facilities… Read More »

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Who Gets to Stay in the Family Home After a Maryland Divorce?

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When married spouses decide to pursue a divorce in Maryland, they must decide how to split up their property. While engaging in the exercise of property division, the spouses must consider how to handle their family home, where they live with any of their children. Before allowing either spouse to enjoy possession and use… Read More »

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