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What to know about assault and battery charges

Charges of assault and battery often confuse people. While the two are similar, the charges can mean different things depending upon the circumstances of the alleged incident. As with all criminal charges, one of the biggest favors defendants can do for themselves is to learn about the specifics of the charges against them. Here are a few important yet basic things to know about assault and battery.

Infant dies after being left in hot car on Maryland naval base

A man who works at the Patuxent Naval Air Station here in Maryland is facing a charge of involuntary manslaughter that could send him to prison for up to eight years for the death of his young son. The 17-month-old boy died on Sept. 3 after being left for hours in the man's car. This is just the latest incident in which a young child perished in the heat after being left by a parent.

Carjackings in Maryland reportedly go up in August

If residents in Maryland have been wondering when they are mostly likely to experience a carjacking, a new report indicates that it may in fact be during the month of August. This report was put out by the Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention as a joint effort with the Maryland State Police.

3 arrested in Maryland on criminal charges

Maryland police have arrested a 35-year-old man from Cecil County in connection with two bank robberies in Harford County. According to state police, the man is divorced with two children and has other non-felonious charges pending. Public defenders have issued statements saying his previous charges were misdemeanors.

Facing criminal charges in Maryland? Know the law

When Maryland became the sixth U.S. state in six years to abolish the death penalty, it was a landmark event reflecting a gradual trend across the nation to end capital punishment. For those individuals charged with serious crimes, this trend literally underscored the difference between life and death.

Woman charged with arson in connection to Oxon Hill fire

Committing a crime can often have serious consequences. Whatever the charges might be, a person who is facing criminal charges has a right to create a solid defense against the charges being brought. One of the most obvious steps in creating such a defense is getting advice from a legal professional. George County readers might recall a fire that took place in November. Recently, a person was charged with allegedly setting that fire.

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