SCOTUS: If The Police Stop You Illegally, It Could Still Be Legal

SCOTUS: If Police Stop You Illegally, It Could Still Be Legal On Monday morning, the Supreme Court handed down their 5-3 decision in Utah v. Strieff, a case dealing with the Fourth Amendment exclusionary rule. Justice Breyer joined the conservative judges Read More →

How to Fight Against Forfeiting Your Money, Car, or Property in Maryland

Imagine driving your car to the bank to cash your paycheck or withdraw $3,000 to buy a nice 70 inch television that you have had your eye on for months, and you’ve been saving up your money to buy it Read More →

How to Survive Your Next Encounter With the Police

Being stopped by police is rarely a pleasant experience, and is much more often than not a scary and stressful situation. The majority of this country’s law enforcement agencies have good police officers that bravely perform their duties, place themselves in Read More →

5 Things To Do After a Car Accident in Maryland

5 Things You Can Do After a Car Accident in Maryland Being involved in a car accident is traumatic and stressful. It’s important to keep your cool and remember to take the following steps: 1.Call 911 if needed If anyone Read More →

DUI and DWI Laws In Maryland: What The Difference Is, Penalties You Face, And How To Beat a DUI or DWI

The Difference Between DUI and DWI in Maryland In Maryland, if you are charged with an alcohol-relating driving offense, chances are you are charged with both DUI and DWI simultaneously. So what is the difference? DUI, or Driving Under the Influence, Read More →

$75,000 Settlement Reached With Orlando Police Department Stemming From April 2013 Wrongful Arrest

A settlement recently resolved the April 2013 wrongful arrest of Reginald Bletcher. Orlando Police Department officers were patrolling the area of Mercy Drive, in Orlando, Florida for a reported stolen vehicle. Officers spotted the unarmed Mr. Bletcher driving, followed him Read More →