When a person is accused of domestic violence, the court will sometimes issue a restraining order, which is known as a protective order or peace order in Maryland. This is meant to keep the person accused of the crime away from the person who is named as the victim. If you receive one of these, make sure that you comply with it fully.
Many factors come into the picture when you are fighting a drug charge. Not only do you have to think about the sentences you face, but you also have to consider how the charge can impact your future. There are times when this one case can change everything in your future.
When you think of a theft crime, you might automatically consider burglary or shoplifting. But there is another type that you might not think about — credit card theft or fraud. This charge can be very serious, but you should know what it entails because there is a chance that you might unknowingly break the law.
The holidays sometimes see an uptick in domestic violence cases. If you are currently facing one of these cases, you need to take a moment to think about the goal of your case. Once you know this, you can make decisions about how to proceed. We know that these cases are often very sensitive because of their nature. We are here to try to find ways that you can work out a defense strategy that moves you toward your goal.