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What Role Does A “Stet” Play in Maryland Criminal Law Charges?
What Role Does A “Stet” Play in Maryland Criminal Law Charges?

One of the weapons in a Baltimore criminal law attorney’s arsenal in defending a client is getting a charge placed on the stet docket. Stet is a Latin term that means “let it stand.” According to the Baltimore County state’s attorney office , a stet is an indefinite ...

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  • Heating Oil Company’s One-Year Limitation on Lawsuits Only Good in Certain Circumstances, Court Says

    With winter fast approaching, many Maryland homeowners are tuning up their furnaces and, for those who heat with oil, getting heating oil delivered ...

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  • Common Medical Malpractice Claims in Maryland, Part 2

    Medical mistakes happen. Even Baltimore, with its access to some of the nation’s top hospitals and medical centers, experiences incidences of medical ...

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  • What Happens During Maryland Field Sobriety Tests For DUIs and DWIs?

    A Maryland police officer typically performs a three-part, physical field sobriety test after a traffic stop where there is suspicion that the ...

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  • Can I Refuse to Take a Field Sobriety Test or a Portable Breath Test?

    If you are stopped by a police officer while driving and are suspected to be under the influence, you might be asked to submit to a field sobriety ...

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  • Facing a DWI Charge in Maryland?

    Maryland takes impaired driving seriously. In fact, in October 2016, Maryland made changes to its drunk driving laws that included increased penalties ...

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  • What Are the Penalties for A DUI Charge in Maryland?

    Drinking and driving is a public health and safety issue. Over the past five years, impaired drivers have accounted for roughly one-third of all ...

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  • Boating Under the Influence, Boating While Intoxicated in Maryland Penalties

    With access to the Chesapeake Bay and numerous waterways, boating is a common summer activity for Maryland residents. Sailing or powerboating on a hot ...

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  • Study Says City Living is Safer than Country Living

    Baltimore City and other big city residents might be a bit skeptical about the findings of this study; but, if you’re thinking about chucking city ...

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  • Tips on Auto Theft Prevention

    In 2015, nearly three-quarters of a million vehicles were stolen in the United States. Vehicle thefts happen once about every 45 seconds in America. ...

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