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What can I expect if charged with a crime in federal court?

Facing a federal criminal trial is particularly frightening for defendants, but you can lessen your anxiety by becoming familiar with the process. Typically, your criminal defense attorney will fill you in on the details of your particular case, but in the meantime, here is a brief outline of what you can expect when appearing in court for federal crimes.

Can an app determine if you might be driving while intoxicated?

Technology seems to breed even more technology as is the case with Smartphones and the various apps available for quick download. Several tech companies are now attempting to address drunk driving by providing consumers with an app to measure their breath for alcohol content. Breathalyzer apps are not new on the tech markets, but they are gaining more and more attention as people attempt to use them to avoid drunk driving charges.

About intellectual property theft and copyright infringement

Intellectual property theft is a punishable offense in all of the United States, but this realm of white collar crime remains somewhat muddled in many cases. Intellectual property falls into a massive range of topics from copyrights to written works to art to music. For this reason, it can be difficult to list any specific penalties associated with such charges as the penalties will depend largely upon the severity, type and nature of any alleged theft.

How is eligibility for the drug court determined in Maryland?

The drug court system is a rehabilitation system that can be used instead of just jail time for those who commit drug offenses. This system has come about as a way to help those in Maryland who struggle with addiction. The rehab plan is designed to break that addiction, offering these offenders a positive alternative, rather than simply time behind bars.

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