Posts Tagged ‘Maryland’

Do not give a statement to the police without an Attorney

There is a Maryland case that recently emphasized the importance of not waiving Miranda rights.   Since this blog related to Maryland laws and legal rights, the case of  Ramiro Arce Gonzalez v. State, No. 4, September Term, 2012,  emphasizes why you should not give a statement without an attorney present.  The case can be…

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If you have been sued by LVNV Funding LLC, Resurgent Capital Services, Alegis Group, Sherman Acquisition, Sherman Funding or Sherman Financial Group, your case may have been dismissed!!!

Chief Judge Ben C. Clyburn of the District Court of Maryland signed an order on October 26, 2011 staying the cases filed by the the above companies for violations of the Maryland Collections Agency Licensing Act and the Maryland Consumer Debt Collection Act.  So, if you have been sued by any of the above named…

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Three New Maryland Traffic Laws Effective October 1, 2011

Three new laws went into effect on October 1, 2011.  Maryland drivers should be aware of these changes. Anti- texting law expanded-  Before October 1, 2011, a Maryland driver could not text while driving.  Effective October 1, 2011, the driver cannot even read a text, even when the car is stopped.  As long as your…

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