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Domestic violence accusations may involve two court cases

Accusations of domestic violence are taken seriously by the courts. This is especially true when there are children involved in the situation. It is estimated that around 3 million children are witnesses to domestic violence each year. Some people don't realize that domestic violence matters, even accusations, can impact child custody.

How are Maryland's traditional courts different from drug ones?

Maryland is one of many states that offers drug defendants an opportunity to have their case adjudicated via either the traditional or drug court system. Defendants wishing to participate in the latter meet certain eligibility requirements to do so. There are various pros and cons associated with each system.

What's considered to be a probation violation?

It's a privilege for you to be sentenced to probation instead of time in prison. This is why your Gaithersburg judge was likely careful to let you know about your rights and responsibilities when going over your sentence with you. If you violate the terms of your release, then you could be brought up on probation violation charges and sent back to jail.

Battling accusations of narcissism and domestic violence

Accusations of narcissism can make domestic violence cases difficult. This mental health condition causes a person to twist around situations to make it seem as though they are never wrong. Individuals who are truly narcissistic won't accept the blame for anything and always seem to have a reason to blame someone else.

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