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Alcohol Education Program for drunk driving offenses

Some people who are convicted of a drunk driving charge might have to go through a 12-hour course known as the Alcohol Education Program. The AEP is required for people who are trying to get a driver's license after a revocation for an alcohol-related offense. Some people will have to take the course if they were referred by an Administrative Law Judge or a District Court judge. Anyone who has to take the course will get a notice from the Motor Vehicle Administration letting them know they have been referred.

Fighting against DUI and DWI charges in Maryland

In our recent blog post, we discussed how you can avoid a drunk driving arrest during the holiday season. The advice that we offered is good advice if you aren't already facing charges, but what if you are facing criminal charges for driving drunk? If you are facing a DWI or DUI, we can help you explore your options for a defense.

How can I avoid a drunk driving arrest during the holiday season?

Drunk driving is something that can ruin a good night. If you have some parties planned for this winter holiday season, taking steps to avoid having to drive drunk is the best way that you can avoid facing criminal charges and penalties for driving drunk.

Distinct defense strategies are possible for DUI cases

When most people think of a defense to criminal charges, they imagine a claim of innocence. In the case of a drunk driving defense, claims of innocence might not be a defense option that you are comfortable with. Instead, you might opt to use an affirmative defense instead of claiming that you weren't the one who was drinking and driving on the night in question.

Can I face a DUI charge for driving after consuming drugs?

When most people think of drivers who are driving under the influence, they might automatically think about drivers who have consumed alcohol. It is also possible to be charged with driving under the influence if a person is under the influence of drugs while he or she is driving.

Female ex-bishop pleads guilty in fatal DUI case

The story of the female Episcopal bishop who was facing criminal charges after a drunk driving accident that killed a man is one that has continued to keep people here in Maryland enthralled. The woman has entered into a plea agreement that could land her behind bars. The prosecutors are asking that she be sentenced to 20 years with all but 10 years suspended.

School bus driver faces 20 charges, including DUI

When you are facing drunk driving charges, your world might seem dark. In those days, it is vital that you have the representation you need to protect your good name. One person in Maryland is now facing charges that will likely mean that she needs a very strong defense. The woman was driving a bus when other drivers on the roadways called 911 to report a bus swerving all over the road.

What are driving restrictions after a DWI conviction in Maryland?

There are certain things that people expect to happen if they are convicted of a drunk driving offense. Some people might expect to have to pay fines or go to a treatment program. Some might even know that they are likely to have their driver's license suspended or revoked after they are convicted. There are some instances in Maryland in which a person who is convicted of drunk driving might face certain driving restrictions.

DUI charges require firm representation in Maryland

In our last post, we discussed the Episcopal bishop who is facing serious charges because of a drunk driving accident. It is alleged that she killed someone and then fled the scene of the accident. The charges she is facing are very serious charges. Despite the severity of those charges, she is presumed innocent until she is found guilty. We know that some of our Maryland residents can empathize with her plight. We understand that facing those types of charges are very serious.

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