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Maryland Driver Was Fully Advised of His Rights When Arrested for Drunk Driving, Court Says
Maryland Driver Was Fully Advised of His Rights When Arrested for Drunk Driving, Court Says

Maryland’s top court has held that a Maryland driver was fully advised of the sanctions imposed upon him after he refused to take a breath test when he was suspected of drunk driving. “We hold that the DR-15 fully advises motorists of the length of time the ignition ...

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  • Lawsuits Over Background Checks Show Need for Expungement of Criminal Records

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