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Maryland Drug Charges - Marijuana Possession
Maryland Drug Charges - Marijuana Possession

Maryland made a big change in its marijuana possession laws in 2014. Being found in possession of small amounts was decriminalized. It’s important to note that lawmakers did not legalize marijuana but made possession of less than 10 grams a civil offense that results in a ...

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  • Maryland Drug Charges - Selling and Distributing Marijuana

    Although Maryland has lessened the penalties for simple possession of small amounts of marijuana for personal use, selling “weed” is still a criminal ...

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  • What is Disorderly Conduct in Maryland?

    During the April 2015 riots in Baltimore rioters clashed with police, looted stores and pharmacies and set fire to cars and buildings. A mandatory ...

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  • Dealing with a Motorcycle Accident in Maryland

    With summer finally on the way, many a man and a woman are pulling out their motorcycles for a long drive on a hot, sunny day. Motorcycle enthusiasts ...

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  • Maryland Boating Accidents in 2018 Already At New Highs

    Memorial Day marks the start of the boating season in Maryland. With access to the Chesapeake Bay and nearby rivers and streams, Maryland residents ...

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  • Drivers Can Refuse DUI/DWI Breath Test If Properly Advised of Sanctions, Court Says

    If you’re suspected of driving while impaired or under the influence of alcohol in Maryland, you’re supposed to be advised of your right to refuse the ...

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  • Maryland Sex Crimes - What is the Sex Offender Registry?

    A sex offender registry is essentially a database of information about convicted sex offenders that is maintained by law enforcement to monitor and ...

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  • Maryland Sex Crimes - Teacher/Student Contact

    A Baltimore County schoolteacher was recently charged with sexual abuse of a minor, second-degree child abuse and a fourth-degree sex offense after an ...

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  • Slip-And-Fall at Burlington Coat Factory Store Leads to Lawsuit

    Under Maryland law, when you go onto someone else’s property, you are owed a duty to reasonably protect your safety. For instance, any hazards that ...

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  • Baltimore City Resident Sues Over Flooded Basement

    This winter, where Baltimore City and Baltimore County residents saw a lengthy period of subzero temperatures, water pipes burst all over the city and ...

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