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Fighting theft charges in the Prince Georges County area

Theft, burglary or larceny charges can involve comparatively minor shoplifting incidents to big business corporate stealing or trafficking stolen goods. It is probably safe to say most people charged with theft in the Clinton or Dunkirk area of Maryland fall somewhere in between the two extremes previously mentioned. However, any charge of theft or burglary is still a serious incident and could pose real threats to a person's future if not dealt with.

What the federal law says about child pornography

Most everyone will agree that the exploitation of children is one of the most heinous crimes imaginable. However, regardless of the circumstances, some people find themselves facing these kinds of charges. Child pornography falls under the exploitation umbrella and the federal government takes a harsh view of any alleged pornography involving children.

Maryland Bishop remains jailed after judge declines to lower bail

The story of the alleged drunk driving death that landed Maryland's first female bishop in jail has made headlines across the nation. The accident took place on Dec. 27 and resulted in the death of a 41-year-old father. Reports indicate the bishop fled the scene of the accident and remained away for 30 minutes before returning. The bishop also has a prior DUI conviction from 2010.

More trouble for Ravens as security head faces criminal charges

As if the Baltimore, Maryland, Ravens have not faced enough adversity this year, the team is once more making headlines as its security head faces down criminal allegations. An article in the Baltimore Sun says the homicide-detective-turned-security-head has been accused of a misdemeanor fourth-degree sex offense by an unnamed female source.

Using the truth in criminal defense cases

Have you been accused of committing a crime in Prince Georges County, Maryland, and are you trying to figure out the best way to defend yourself in court? Many times the best option is simply to tell the truth. You have to be able to show why the events that happened, if looked at from the proper perspective, indicate your innocence and not your guilt.

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