Posts Tagged ‘Maryland motor vehicle law’

Don’t Drive with Headphones in Maryland!!

As an attorney who represents defendants in serious traffic violations, I know that it is against the law to wear earphones in both ears while driving. Yet, I see people driving every day wearing these or headsets in both ears.  Do they know the law? Probably not. Under Section 21-1120 of the Transportation Article of…

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Now, in Maryland, you cannot text OR HOLD A CELL PHONE WHILE DRIVING

Driving in Maryland has officially changed. As of October 1st, 2013, holding and talking on your cell phone will become a primary offense. In 2012 Maryland became a “Hands Free” state where it was a secondary offense; which means that police would need to have another reason to pull you over and then if you…

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