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The Weekly Writ: Maryland Legal News You Can Use for August 2, 2021

Today on August 2, 2021, read about: Courts are back in session, and that means jurors are needed. Baltimore Police make gruesome discovery during a routine traffic stop. Another Marylander faces federal charges for threatening federal officials. When is it OK to leave the kids alone at home. Cocktails to go, here to stay another two years in Harford County.…

The Weekly Writ: Maryland Legal News You Can Use for July 19, 2021

Today on July 19, 2021, read about: Maryland approves sports betting rules with hope to have the industry in full swing by fall. Capital Gazette parent company sued, after guilty verdict in shooters trial. Officers charged with excessive use of force, following choking allegations. Woman charged with assault and harassment, after running into a man with her car. Baltimore cop…

The Weekly Writ: Maryland Legal News You Can Use for July 26, 2021

Today on July 26, 2021, read about: Gay men arrested in bookstore raid, under a repealed law. Discrimination lawsuit against PG County Police settled, but will things change? MS-13 gang member takes plea deal in racketeering case. Babysitter charged with homicide in death of 1-year-old. Baltimore mayor implements plan to curb violence in the city. Of course, if these or…

How Is Someone Charged with A Probation Violation? – The 2 Types of Infractions

Judges in Maryland have a variety of tools at their disposal to handle sentencing in criminal convictions. For minor criminal offenses, probation is often the preferred sentence. To stay out of jail, a person must follow the rules. So, how does someone violate probation? Here’s what you need to know about Maryland’s violation of probation: Conditions of probation, the rules…