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Over the course of the last decade, I've published in excess of 700 articles in the areas of personal injury, criminal defense, workers' compensation and insurance disputes, generally. If you can't find what you're looking for, feel free to contact me to discuss the details of your case and learn how I can help.

Can I Get In Trouble For Not Taking My Rental Car Back On Time?
Criminal defense lawyers in Baltimore, MD have likely seen the theft of a rental car prosecuted as...
What Does It Mean to Deprive Someone of Their Property?
Experienced criminal defense lawyers in Baltimore, MD are acutely aware the State must prove that...
What is Considered Theft by Deception?
Prosecutors have the leeway to prove a theft occurred in multiple ways. One is to show a knowing...
Possession of Stolen Goods. What If I Did Not Know the Goods Were Stolen?
Being in possession of goods that one knows are in fact stolen, or that one believes probably have...
The theft of grocery carts
Well, if they had to take the trouble to pass a statute, apparently there is a problem. While your...
What If I Did Not Know It Belonged To Someone Else? Can I Be Charged With Theft?
Criminal defense lawyers in Baltimore MD are well aware than any crime requires proscribed conduct,...
Is Larceny The Same As Stealing?
Criminal defense lawyers in Baltimore MD understand that the Maryland theft statue is an omnibus or...
Is Unauthorized Control The Same As Stealing?
Maryland law prohibits knowingly obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over the property of...
I've been charged with Theft. What is Theft?
In these guides, I’ll explore in detail the myriad ways that one can commit a theft. Criminal...
What is Considered A Bad Check? Can I Be Charged with a Crime?
Everyone who has ever bounced a check is not charged with a crime, and bouncing a check, standing...
I've Been Charged With Reckless Endangerment. What Is That?
To convict under this charge, the State must prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that the...
What is Considered Drug Paraphernalia?
Drugs, called "controlled dangerous substances"/ CDS under the law, are illegal. But...
What Types of Car Accident Insurance Do I Have? What Do the Numbers on My Policy Mean?
The coverage provided by an insurance policy is reflected, generally, in a separate document called...
I Had A Prior Accident. Is That Going to Ruin My Case, or Can I Recover?
We’ve discussed in other guides that a prior accident can be a significant variable in...
Can I Be Liable for Not Repairing or Maintaining My Car if There Is An Accident?
Maryland law imposes numerous obligations on the owners of a motor vehicle keeping...
Do I Have a Personal Injury Case? What If A Lawyer Told Me I Don't Have A Case?
It’s often unwelcome news, but the reality is, not everyone who has sustained personal injury...
The Medicare Set Aside
In another volume, I set out some generalities about “Medicare set asides”. In a...
What are the Limitations on Worker's Compensation Benefits?
Recently we’ve discussed the intersection of worker’s compensation and personal injury...
If I Slip, Trip or Fall At Work, Can I Sue The Owner of the Property?
If the injured person is at work when hurt, they may have a claim for both workers' compensation and one against the negligent landowner.

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